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> >This is getting very complicated. Far simpler if memories aren't stored
> >anywhere but emerge from the act of recollection. 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.
> Recall it from where?
You mean, from when.
Memory concerns time, not space. Otherwise it's not really memory but
merely the storage and retrieval of information. In our memetically
ingrained, mechanistic worldview, true memory is a thing of the past.
Artificial memory is just that-- artifice.
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