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mnemotechnic

(ˌniːməʊˈtɛknɪk)
n
1. (Psychology) the capacity or potential of memory
2. (Psychology) another word for mnemonic
adj
(Psychology) another word for mnemonic
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Adj.1.mnemotechnic - of or relating to or involved the practice of aiding the memorymnemotechnic - of or relating to or involved the practice of aiding the memory; "mnemonic device"
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Godard's provocation is to suggest that Turner, not Delacroix or anyone else, is the Baudelairean painter par excellence, the painter with the most original mnemotechnics and the most capacious "dictionary of nature" out of which unknown worlds come into being.
The automaton's oracle would seem to introduce an arcane mnemotechnics into the poet's anamnesis, drawing his memory up from its abysmal depths into a kind of surface.
have an investment in mnemotechnics, techniques of memory and complex
Nietzsche's Mnemotechnics, the Theory of Ressentiment, and Freud's Topographies of the Psychical Apparatus.
Albrecht also argues that Donne incorporated the corporeal images of medieval iconography into Lull's mnemotechnics to construct his own text as another version of ars combinatorial, a technique she contends anticipates modern film practice.
It is at this point that Agamben's idea of "the life of images" and Bruno's mnemotechnics intersect: but while for Agamben the idea of a biology of the image is part of an inquiry into the genealogy of contemporary visual culture, for Bruno it is part of a science that seeks to unravel the secrets of matter and of the cosmos.
The materialization of memory in architectural form represented a significant change in mnemotechnics -- of the architecture of memory -- because in these new memory theatres, buildings were referents with the power to incarnate memory for a wide audience of spectators.