DRAAISMA METAPHORS OF MEMORY PDF

Start your review of Metaphors of Memory: A History of Ideas about the Mind Write a review Shelves: non-fiction Every invention for keeping records and transmitting information was seen as a new way of illuminating how the memory worked. Wax tablets, books, slates; codes, telegraphs; photography and later holography; telephone networks and digital computers and the internet all took their place as the best way to explain what was happening in the memory. He also discusses palaces of the mind and theatres of memory, which are both mnemonic techniques and metaphors. It made me think about how memory has been Every invention for keeping records and transmitting information was seen as a new way of illuminating how the memory worked.

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Zulkidal Lists with This Book. Which comes back again in the last chapter. The way we try to deconstruct the brain is by use of metaphors, whether consciously or not.

A mirror with a memory; 6. Also, according to Draaisma, holography is something of the flaky over-rewarded celebrity of memory metaphors, often quoted, rarely drops a good album. George Mandler Limited preview — Freek rated it really liked it Dec 23, Without memory fraaisma lose our sense of identity, reasoning, even our ability to perform simple physical tasks.

Many are much more useful for spreading an idea or concept than they are for explicating it once all the details are regarded. Because of that, the use of metaphor to guide thought and research is important, more so than in processes which are more dire This is a wonderful book which stretched my bruised capacity for attention and understanding.

Wax tablets, books, slates; codes, telegraphs; photography and later holography; telephone networks and digital computers and the internet all took their place as the best way to explain what was happening in the memory. The same applies for the distinction of concepts which emerged in the context of AI — such as that between location-addressable and content-addressable — had not occurred previously in psychology.

The mystic writing-pad; 2. Kourken Michaelian — — Memory Studies 4 2: Because of that, the use of metaphor to guide thought and research is important, more so than in processes which are more directly accessible to empirical analysis. Cambridge University PressDec 7, — History — pages. This shared psychological and technical meaning was acquired in an exchange which in general memorj balanced: There was a lot of overlap with things I pulled together in Machinamenta.

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DRAAISMA METAPHORS OF MEMORY PDF

Teshura Peter rated it really liked it Mar 22, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Description What is memory? It is at the same time ephemeral, unreliable and essential to everything we do. Because of that, the use of metaphor to guide thought and mdtaphors is important, more so than in processes which are more directly accessible to empirical analysis. Looking for beautiful books? The volume wil be of particular interest to students and instructors of cognitive psychology and history of psychology looking for readable supplements.

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Zulkidal Lists with This Book. Which comes back again in the last chapter. The way we try to deconstruct the brain is by use of metaphors, whether consciously or not. A mirror with a memory; 6.

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Metaphors of Memory: A History of Ideas about the Mind

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