From: Krekoski Ross (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Mar 11 2008 - 15:18:19 MDT
We dont even have a great understanding of how 'memory' operates in humans
in the first place. It could be much more closely tied to the act of
cognition than the term 'memory' (which has an implicit assumption, dont you
think, that memory is a separate, self contained area, like a library) seems
to imply. I can envision a very feasible scenario whereby 'remembering'
something in specific just involves accessing a specific pathway that is
multifunctional and tied rather intimately to reasoning. It may be more
aptly conceptualized as a verb (remembering), rather than a noun (memory),
in which case this conversation is somewhat irrelevant.
On Tue, Mar 11, 2008 at 3:57 PM, Heartland <email@example.com> wrote:
> > I need to be criticized on this point of 99% of us being our memories.
> Very well. I would really like to get to the core of your beliefs using
> the least
> number of words to save time and to avoid distractions.
> Why do you believe preservation of memories is important in the first
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