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  1. The Simulation Theory of Memory and the phenomenology of remembering.Andrea Rivadulla-Duró - forthcoming - Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences:1-21.
    The Simulation Theory of Memory states that to remember an episode is to simulate it in the imagination (Michaelian, 2016a, b), making memory thus reducible to the act of imagining. This paper examines Simulation Theory’s resources to account for our ability to distinguish episodic memory from free imagination. The theory suggests that we can reliably do so because of the distinctive phenomenology episodic memory comes with (i.e., a feeling of remembering), which other episodic imaginings lack. I will raise two objections (...)
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