According to a brand new severe variation of Aristotle's De Memoria and interpretive essays, this publication demanding situations present perspectives on Aristotle's theories of reminiscence and recollection, and argues that those are in accordance with misinterpretations of the textual content and Aristotle's philosophical objectives.
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