Let us now return to the scenes of instantaneous, immaterial thought transfer--between Apollo and Mnemosyne
believes that by potentiating a specific NMDA subunit, the company's SNRM product candidates will provide therapeutic benefit for cognition, and also impact the positive and negative symptoms of schizophrenia.
While Gombrich looks upon the strangely arranged material of the Mnemosyne
panels (15) as on illustrative and practical solutions to represent the interrelations and interactions, Michaud treats the execution as a genre or a construction intentionally created exactly like that, something that is informative in itself.
5) Demonstrating the "profoundly religious attitude toward nature" that Aleksander Fiut sees in Milosz' work (1990, 2), Milosz' speaker is "[a]mazed that" his "Muse, Mnemosyne
, / Has in no way diminished [his] amazement" of the oak forests through which he walks.
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.
They are three of the nine Muses of Greek mythology, otherwise known as Erato (goddess of love poetry), Polyhymnia (goddess of sacred poetry) and Thalia (goddess of comedy), daughters of Zeus, and Mnemosyne
(Titan goddess of memory).
The music on this CD was originally written about 400 years ago by John Dowland (1563-1626), but as sung by tenor John Potter (of the Hilliard Ensemble), accompanied by Stephen Stubbs (lute), John Surman (soprano saxophone and bass clarinet), Maya Homburger (baroque violin), and Barry Guy (double-bass), this music takes on a timeless quality, a quality that has been the hallmark of many releases from ECM, such as the Jan Garbarek/Hilliard Ensemble recordings Officium and Mnemosyne
Under the influence of Mnemosyne
, the goddess of memory and mother of the Muses, he wants to peel away the multilayered masks that make up his identity, even as he acknowledges the myriad deformations reflected in the mirrors of the enormous funhouse that is his life.
But is not Pavic rather propounding a reanimation of the myth of Mnemosyne
, the poetic arche-anamnesis?
Annabella Kitson is the Editor of History and Astrology, the second edition of which is published by Mnemosyne
That martyrdom, the extinction of personality in service of art, the removal from everyday life to what Pater elsewhere called "a refuge into a world slightly better--better conceived or better finished--than the real one" is what William VanderWolk more than ably chronicles in his examination of what I characterize as Flaubert's epic quest for Mnemosyne
The Hireling and the Slave, (Charleston: Mnemosyne