How was Albert Einstein perceived during his time (Period)?
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- oldprofLv 77 years agoFavorite Answer
Eccentric and brilliant. Intransigent and argumentative.
AE had Asperger's Syndrome, a mild form of autism. It made him the kid in school whose grade card read "does not get along with other." It also made him extremely brilliant, thinking way out of the box.
- ganzLv 44 years ago
the undeniable fact which you're clever does not rule out any of the different available psychological issues you're turning out to be. That suggested, not something you point out makes me suspect you would be bipolar. And word that lots of those with paranoid problems, if not maximum, have above hassle-loose intelligence. regrettably no person might have the potential to restoration this for you. you're astounding adequate to benefit to discover once you're turning out to be delirious. And sure this is the main impressive term which in all danger corresponds to what your psychiatrist qualified as "loss with fact". This does define your hassle as psychotic. examine on the concern. you will comprehend human beings often have an exceptionally undesirable comprehend-how of what a psychotic episode is. you do not inevitably lock your self up in an imaginary international. this is merely that a number of your recommendations are unjustified with the help of the fact.