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>From: "Dace" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: ality
>Date: Tue, 12 Feb 2002 19:05:21 -0800
> > >This is getting very complicated. Far simpler if memories aren't
> > >anywhere but emerge from the act of recollection. Instead of
> > >an artificial memory system to the brain, we should be searching for
> > >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.
"Our" worldview? *You're* the one working with straw, to huff and puff,
leaving us with the morphic will o' the wisp where the straw once stood.
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