Memory: A Self-Referential Account

New York, NY, USA: Oxford University Press (2019)
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Table of contents PART I. The nature of memory 1. Problems of memory 2. The metaphysics of memory 3. The intentionality of memory PART II. The phenomenology of memory 4. The experience of time 5. The experience of ownership PART III. The epistemology of memory 6. Immunity to error through misidentification 7. Memory as a generative epistemic source // Click on title above for the abstract of each chapter
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