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mnemon

(ˈniːmɒn)
n
(Psychology) psychol a segment of memory
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E membro participante do Grupo de Pesquisa em Memoria, Comunicacao e Consumo (MNEMON) do Programa de Pos-Graduacao em Comunicacao e Praticas de Consumo da ESPM, como tambem do Grupo de Pesquisa Textos da Cultura em Midias Diferenciadas (TCULT) do Departamento de Jornalismo e Editoracao da ECA/ USP.
Bendecido con la gracia y el poder de una memoria omnisciente, el aedo obra como mnemon de la colectividad: en el saber que posee, y que comunica por medio de relatos cantados, los hombres, anota Vernant, tienen la posibilidad de vislumbrar el horizonte antropologico del que pueden extraer sus origenes (2008, p.
An army of 10 000 Greek mercenaries under the leadership of Cyrus mustered to dethrone Cyrus's brother, Artaxerxes Mnemon, the former king of the Persian Empire.
Other characters are Henry, Mnemon, Helena and her lover Hafiz: in a long poem a three-way sexual encounter between Mnemon, Helena and Hafiz is described.
Memory in Indic or Sanskrit mnemocultures, unlike in Plato, is neither figured as a malleable inscriptional substrate nor personified by any archon (Mnemon).
Representaciones de genero y poder en el trabajo de Rigas], Mnemon 23 (2001), pp.
The more secular aspect, a pleasure garden, was noted by the Achaemenian monarch Artaxerxes II Mnemon (404-359 B.C.), Susa inscription d:3, ed.
The use of the term here follows from Dawkins' (1982) revised conception of the term he coined that is consistent with Semon's (1921) 'mneme' to describe received ideas stored in memory, Blum's (1963) 'mnemotype' as internally stored information, and Young's (1978) and Minsky's (1986) notions of 'mnemon' and 'neme' as basic units of associative memory.
Nepos' book on foreign generals ended with the enumeration and brief description of the careers of fourteen kings: the Persians Cyrus, Darius, Xerxes, Artaxerxes Macrochir, and Artaxerxes Mnemon, the Macedonians Philip and Alexander, Pyrrhus, Dionysius I of Syracuse, and the Successors Antigonus, Demetrius, Lysimachus, Seleucus, and Ptolemy.
Ancient Greek cities designated a mnemon, someone who remembered the past for the purpose of judicial or ritual decisions, but who was "with the development of writing ...
7) is daar verwysings na 'n "sagte bleek lyk", "ontbinding", "verleidelike verrotting" en "ferment", wat weerklank vind in koors en siekte, soos in "Hier is 'n psalm van Mnemon" (p.
As far as I know, no scholar has attached any significance to Artaxerxes II's Greek epithet, Mnemon. Plutarch begins his life of Artaxerxes (Artaxerxes, 1) by saying that he was surnamed "the Mindful" ([Greek text omitted]).