Memory in the Ontopoesis of Life Book One. Memory in the Generation and Unfolding of Life /
<P>From Aristotle to the present, memory has been grasped as an image--a trace or impression left by a lost reality--and has been seen as bridging physiological experience and consciousness. Through the centuries philosophers have vainly sought to make concrete the nature of this bridge betwee...
|Series:||Analecta Husserliana, The Yearbook of Phenomenological Research ;