Mneme


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Mneme

Boeotian wellspring which whetted the memory. [Gk. Myth.; Wheeler, 713]
See: Memory
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When considered as three distinct genera, Microdiptera, Diclidocarya, and Mneme, one to three co-occur with Decodon in Miocene lacustrine habitats in Europe, Asia and North America (Friis, 1980; Mai, 1987, 1995, 2001; Matthews & Ovenden, 1990; KvaCek & Teodoridis, 2007).
de Mello, Administracao, justica e poder: os Ouvidores Gerais e suas cor-reicoes na cidade do Rio de Janeiro (1624-1696), Niteroi, Universidade Federal Fluminense, 2009; Caio Figueiredo Fernandes Adan, "Ouvidores e camerarios na colonial comarca de ilheus (17501777)" e Suely Creusa Cordeiro de Almeida, "As peripecias dos magistrados: Juizes-de-fora e um cotidiano nada tranquilo entre Recife e Olinda", ambos em Mneme - revista de humanidades, vol.
23) In Section III, I examine the process of monumentalism that judicial interpretation of Title VII has largely represented, and I will observe how the judicial gloss of McDonnell Douglas-Burdine continues the triumvirate of mneme to lethe to paraphasis.
First is the bias of disbelief--seeking lethe to wash away disagreeable mneme.
Semon Die Mneme als erhalten de Prinzip * s t e l l a n g e r O stellenger, 1597q p o r t a n t i n a = sedan chair, O e i g e n t o n e s O c l i n g i n e s s O h e n d e n e s s e O hendness, 1393q e d g e r a s s e s edgerasses = peaks, O im Wechsel des organischen Geschehens (1904)
They brought together the rhetorical practice of inventio with the religious habits of meditation on sacred texts first cultivated in Judaism and practiced by the anchorites in Syria, Palestine, and Egypt, in order to achieve mneme theou or memory of God (2).
Additionally, Memory becomes a force in the narrative(s), being addressed as Mneme (the muse of Memory) in "On Recollection.
There he relates mimesis to memory, observing that in Plato's Philebus, writing and painting, by their common structure, "both partake of mneme and mimesis, of mneme precisely by dint of participating in mimesis.
But the a- of amnesia is itself a negative prefix: the word mnemonics, and the goddess of memory Mnemosyne, point back to the root form mneme.
What are the distinctions and relations between memory's pairs (for example, mneme and anamnesis, cognitive and pragmatic memory, declarative and habitual memory)?