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Tag Archives: memory
04 Mar 2010
“Ethan here: Today marks the 44th anniversary of Candelstick Park tornado that struck Jackson. 57 people died and 504 people were injured.” —@16WAPTNews I haven’t thought about that in years. My uncle was working there at the time; my aunt too, or maybe she was just visiting him. I vaguely remember them describing the experience. […]
15 Jul 2008
Memory and the Law
The post “Guidelines on Memory and the Law” at Neurophilosophy summarizes a report, commissioned by the British Psychological Society, regarding the implications of memory research for the legal profession. “These guidelines, which are available as a PDF, are intended to inform those who work in criminal and civil law – for example, the police as […]
27 Nov 2007
We cross the street and I’m alone with EP for the first time. He doesn’t know who I am or what I’m doing at his side, although he seems to sense that I’m there for some good reason. He is trapped in the ultimate existential nightmare, blind to the reality in which he lives. The […]