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Title: Memory, Space, Oblivion
Authors: Umbelino, Luís António
Keywords: Space, Memory, Architecture, History, Oblivion
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Springer
Abstract: This chapter examines the philosophical implications of Ricoeur'sclaim that there is something like a mysterious connection of time and space in memory. How then can we approach memory from the side of space. The anwser, according to Ricoeur, is to be found in phenomenological descriptions of bodily spatiality, but also in a hermeneutical approach toword the question of how narrative offers a model to think both human time and human space.
Peer review: yes
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-319-33426-4_9
Appears in Collections:FLUC Secção de Comunicação - Publicações Pedagógicas

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