Ontological and Epistemological Memoidealism

Just want to clarify the following branches of memoidealism (memory idealism) in addition to its common sense pragmatic panmemoric version:

Ontological memoidealism

The ultimate nature of reality is based on the memory

Epistemological memoidealism

The only things that can be directly known are memories

Another question often asked is why memory idealism and not memory realism. I have chosen the former because memory is often closely associated with the mind. In many cases you can just replace mind with memory, for example:

… science is in reality a classification and analysis of the contents of the memory;1)

We choose the most important property of the mind and computers: memory and try to ground and explain reality and mind in terms of that ontologically elevated property.

1) Karl Pearson, The Grammar of Science

- Dmitry Vostokov @ DumpAnalysis.org + TraceAnalysis.org -

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