Mneme


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Mneme

Boeotian wellspring which whetted the memory. [Gk. Myth.; Wheeler, 713]
See: Memory
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that which can never be reduced to mneme or to anamnesis, that is, the archive, consignation, the documentary or monumental apparatus as hypomnema, mnemotechnical supplement or representative, auxiliary or memorandum.
Los interrogativos que y como apuntan hacia dos aspectos de la memoria que los griegos denominaron mneme y anamnesis.
(or mneme, to the Greeks) was one of the five canons of rhetoric that
Subirats considers two types: Mneme, the historiographical and objective memory, and Anamnesis, the existential, communitarian and artistic memory of a primordial time and a lived reality (Subirats, 2012, p.
Karen Hartman is an independent Mneme Therapist (MT) who works out of her Cashmere home doing business as Heartfelt Art LLC, under the auspices of Art Without Boundaries, a nonprofit organization found online only, not having a traditional brick and mortar office.