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From: Joe Dees
> >The only other option is to assume that there's no such thing as memory,
that > >no one actually recalls the past.
> Again, the past is not recalled, but memories of it may be.
One of the more inane statements I've run across.
> I ate stew 30 minutes ago, and can recall the experience of doing so quite
Exactly. You recall the experience itself, not the memory of the
experience. Let's try to keep a grip on the basics here.
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