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A Beautiful Mind allows us to see into the mind of a schizophrenic genius. We are able to imagine the fear and paranoia schizophrenics deal with on a day to day basis.
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As a young boy, John Nash detached himself from all outside contact and surrounded himself with books. Early isolation led to his antisocial behavior and disregard for other human beings he found to be inferior to his intellectual level. Nash's parents constantly attempted to make John into more of a "well-rounded student;" he did so, however, without becoming attached to anyone or anything...
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