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Aristotle and Plotinus on memory

Author: R A H King
Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Walter de Gruyter, ©2009.
Series: Quellen und Studien zur Philosophie, Bd. 94.
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King, R.A.H.
Aristotle and Plotinus on memory.
Berlin ; New York : Walter de Gruyter, ©2009
(DLC) 2009036203
(OCoLC)432428774
Named Person: Aristotle.; Plotinus.; Aristotle.; Plotinus.
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: R A H King
ISBN: 9783110214635 3110214636 1282714678 9781282714670 3110214628 9783110214628
OCLC Number: 613205864
Notes: Revised version of the author's Habilitationsschrift--Universität München, 2004.
Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 266 pages).
Contents: Introduction --
Six problems about memory --
Representational theories of memory in Aristotle and Plotinus --
Platonic preliminaries --
The wax block model for false opinion in the Theaetetus --
The five conditions of memory in the Phaedo --
The two definitions of memory in the Philebus --
Aristotle --
Memory --
The modesty of memory : the context of the enquiry into memory --
The objects of memory --
Memory and representation --
The perception of time --
The acquisition of memory : the comparison with using a seal to make an imprint --
The final definition : a solution to the present-past problem --
Some epistemological aspects of memory --
Recollection --
Interim conclusion : Aristotle on the six problems about memory --
Plotinus --
Against impressions : memory as an active capacity --
The context of Plotinus' theory of memory --
Explaining memory using the concept of the soul --
Defining memory --
What memory as a capacity can explain --
The subject of memory in life and after death --
The soul as the subject of memory and as the reason for its two objects --
Against the corporeality of memory --
Memory and the world soul and the thinking soul --
Memory and the modification of desire --
Explaining memory using representation --
Shared memories and their loss --
"The soul is and becomes what it remembers" --
Thinking without memory --
No memory of self --
Memory and the good --
Conclusion: Plotinus on the six problems about memory --
General conclusion: Aristotle and Plotinus on memory.
Series Title: Quellen und Studien zur Philosophie, Bd. 94.
Responsibility: by R.A.H. King.
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