|Memories: mental repetition of representations without the original stimulus. See also stimuli, knowledge, learning.|
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Memory/Pinker: thoughts are not stored as a whole, but composed of terms.
Not every statement can be assigned to a memory space: too much energy loss.
Memory/Pinker: 1. "episodic" or autobiographical, 2. "semantic" or general knowledge memory - wired according to different patterns.
Memory/Pinker: not sound chains but delimited words are stored.
PinkerVsPlaton: no impression in wax, no "resistance" - there are indelible memories.
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