Notes on Memoidealism (1.6)

Although everything changes in the philosophy of Heraclitus, its Urstoff, fire, is eternal, indestructable. The same can be said about Memory and its memory fragments. Memoidealism has also some proximity with the notion of everlasting existence of thought of or spoken named objects in the philosophy of Parmenides. Once we think of or speak of something we immediately recall a memory fragment from and, at the same time, commit it to Memory again, perhaps as a different memory fragment, an assembled new memory trace.

- Dmitry Vostokov @ -

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