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> "Dace" <firstname.lastname@example.org> <email@example.com> Re: alityDate: Sun, 10 Feb 2002 20:31:22 -0800
>> On 5 Feb 2002, at 13:43, Dace wrote:
>> > The mind simply relies on different neurons to facilitate the
>> > recollection. If memories are indeed encoded in the brain, then once
>> > the relevant neural tissue is destroyed, they're not going to suddenly
>> > pop up in a different set of neurons.
>> It's possible because the brain might 'double-save' memory. So
>> there are two different places where the same gets stored and if in
>> one place something gets lost it can be rebuilt from the other
>This is getting very complicated. Far simpler if memories aren't stored
>anywhere but emerge from the act of recollection.
Emerge from where? Morphic resonance woo-woo land?
> Instead of attributing an
>artificial memory system to the brain, we should be searching for the basis
>of natural memory, that is, the recall of what was once present.
The neuronal-synaptic storage system IS natural, not artificial, and it is from thence that we recall our remembrances of things past (which were once present experiences).
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