Memory holds the door: Aristotle on perceiving and remembering
David Charles’s book The Undivided Self argues systematically for the IPS thesis (Inextricability psychē/sōma) by applying the S-structure — all logoi (fomulae) are ennuloi (enmattered) — we can see a snub nose (simē rhis) and not a concave nose. The Snubness-structure can be applied to all structures identified by Aristotle. What would be the effect when applied to memory?
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