remembering isn’t a matter of storage retrieval



“St Augustine described memory as a place of fields and vast palaces, where there are innumerable images stored, recorded by the senses. Sixteen hundred years later, it remains the everyday model. But a challenger is on the horizon, which extends the workings of memory well beyond the storehouse. If accurate, we might have to rethink everything from legal testimony to personal selfhood.” more from Dan @ https://uow.academia.edu/DanielDHutto

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