This week we muse further with memory. Or we invoke the muse of memory herself, Mneme. Last week, you may have peaked at the 20th century book by Richard Semon called The Mneme. If you scroll down, there's a link to videos about the cross-section of Proust, Freud and Semon and their takes on memory.
What does memory mean to you? I am very interested in the embodiment of memory, how memory appears in a dance, how all our movements arise in a kind of remembrance or rehearsal.
How can limitations assist in our memories?
Muse sisters and brothers. Muse.
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