On Memory  

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"It is impossible to think without an image [phantasma]," (De Memoria, Aristotle) 450a 1; cf. De Anima 431a 15–20 & 432a 8–12).

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On Memory (Greek: Περὶ μνήμης καὶ ἀναμνήσεως, Latin: De memoria et reminiscentia) is one of the short treatises that make up Aristotle's Parva Naturalia. It is frequently published together, and read together, with Aristotle's De Anima.





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