obliviscence

obliviscence

(ˌɒblɪˈvɪsəns)
n
the condition or fact of failing to remember or having failed to remember or of being absent-minded
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There is, furthermore, some evidence of less than perfect mastery of the range of languages on which the study draws: dodgy etymologizing sustains forced connections between languages and cultural traditions (does English really speak of 'forgetters' and 'forgottenness', or of 'obliviscence'?), and a few unhelpful German echoes mar the translation.
[29.] Jenkins JG, Dallenbach KM: Obliviscence during sleep and waking.