Cognitive Ecologies and the History of Remembering: by E. Tribble,N. Keene

By E. Tribble,N. Keene

This ebook unites examine in philosophy and cognitive technological know-how with cultural historical past to reconsider reminiscence in early glossy spiritual practices. providing an ecological method of reminiscence and culture, it argues that types derived from prolonged brain and allotted Cognition can bridge the space among person and social types of memory.

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