Mind and memory
In this essay, presented in honor of Professor J.N. Mohanty, I undertake to do what I did not accomplish in a recently published book on the subject of memory. In the book, I attempted to disentangle memory from mind through a critique of mentalistic models of memory -- models which limit remembering to acts of recollecting experiences in imagistic (visual or quasi-visual) "scenes". But there is another story to tell, one in which the positive, productive links between mind and memory figure their complex intertwining, indeed their indispensability to each other.
Casey, E. (1993)., Mind and memory, in F. M. Kirkland & D. P. Chattopadhyaya (eds.), Phenomenology: East and West, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 177-194.
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