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>Your fellow Harvardian Daniel Schacter has written about false
>memories. I could stand to re-read his discussions of this issue
Lenore Terr has done a lot of research on trauma and memory and wrote
a very thoughtful book about it called "Unchained Memories." She's
the one who did all the follow up work with the kids from the
Chowchilla bus kidnapping. It's worth a look.
>Too busy right now frying other eggs reading David Bidney's
>_Theoretical Anthropology_. He has some good stuff about Durkheim
>and Levy-Bruhl and "social facts"/collective representations. Also
>he talks about Bastian's *Elementargedanken* ("elementary ideas")
>which may relate to Jung's archetypes in some ways, along with Jakob
>Burckhardt's "primordial images" IMO. Julian Huxley got me
>interested in Bidney.
>There's a part where Bidney related conceptions of individuals as
>passive carriers/vehicles for cultural stuff too, but I'll need to
>ruminate on that one.
Sounds fascinating. Not something I'd find at my local library tho.
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