Memory and the Self: Phenomenology, Science and Autobiography

New York, NY: Oxford University Press USA (2016)
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Our memories, many believe, make us who we are. But most of our experiences have been forgotten, and the memories that remain are often wildly inaccurate. How, then, can memories play this person-making role? The answer lies in a largely unrecognized type of memory: Rilkean memory.



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