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mneme

(ˈniːmiː)
n
(Psychology) psychol the ability to retain memory
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Segun Jacques Derrida (2009), el archivo es hipomnemico, el archivo es radicalmente diferente a la mneme ya que nunca podra ser la experiencia viva, espontanea e interior del recuerdo.
It is possible that Kallen accepted Zollschan's belief in an inherited mneme that determined psychic instincts, but, as has been noted above, functionalist psychologists did not focus on the physiology of mental structures.
The theme was mostly the essence of the 'mneme [memory trace]'.
Caption: Below: Daniel Small, Animus Mneme (BINA48) (detail), 2018, still from the 9-minute 32-second color digital video component of a mixed-media installation additionally comprising cast aerogel, clay, carved prototyping foam, acrylic, 3-D prints, plastic, digital videos with sound, steel and acrylic vitrines, drawings in artist's frames, and digital C-prints.
A arte da memoria monastica era uma arte para a mneme e nao para a mimesis, o que significa uma arte do pensamento e da cogitacao em que o aspecto realistico seria pouco importante.
Within this context, during the past decade, our group has developed a research project focused on investigating the role of sex and age in the relationship between psychosocial stress and cognitive performance in healthy people (i.e., Mneme Project).
Indeed, the source of the opposition between mneme and hypomnesis is Plato.
Pero este estudio de la rememoracion, que es una respuesta moderna al legendario ensayo de Aristoteles acerca de la mneme y la anamnesis, no es la unica aportacion de Proust a la comprension de la vida subjetiva: en sus novelas se estudia tambien, por un lado, "el amor bajo todas sus formas, con sus peculiaridades y peligros, y por el otro, la funcion hipnica y en menor medida la actividad onirica, los estados hipnagogicos e hipnopompicos, la estructuracion y la disolucion de la conciencia, y el efecto que los farmacos tienen sobre ese proceso" (Perez-Rincon, 2017).
The gradient of consciousness is crucial for man's psychic life because it is deeply involved in the acquirement of "mnemes" (units of knowledge gained by repetition): The gradual fading from consciousness is of outstanding importance to the entire structure of our mental life, which is wholly based on the process of acquiring practice by repetition, a process which Richard Semon has generalized to the concept of Mneme [...].