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Alexander Luria - The Mind of a Mnemonist

Alexander Luria - The Mind of a Mnemonist

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The famous monograph by the Neuropsychologist Alexander Luria on his studies upon the memory of Solomon Shereshevskii who bears remarkable parallels with Borges' Funes the Memorious
The famous monograph by the Neuropsychologist Alexander Luria on his studies upon the memory of Solomon Shereshevskii who bears remarkable parallels with Borges' Funes the Memorious

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I was passive for the most part, didn't understandthat time was moving on.
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At suchmoments his remarks would be cluttered with de-tails and irrelevancies; he would become verbose,digress endlessly, and finally have to strain to getback to the subject of the conversation.
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I'm sitting in your apartmentpreoccupied with my own thoughts. You, being a goodhost, ask: "How do you like these cigarettes?" "So-so,fair . . ." That is, I'd never say that, but "he" might.It's not tactful, but I can't explain the slip to him
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I had to go to school... I saw myself here, while "he"was to go off to school. I'm angry with "him"—why ishe taking so long to get ready?
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live in a world of imagination, transforming theirlives into a "waking dream," their time given up todaydreaming.
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I'd look at a clock and for a longwhile continue to see the hands fixed just as they were,and not realize time had passed . . . That's why I'moften late.
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He thus tended to lose sight of the distinctionbetween what formed part of reality and what hehimself could "see."
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Even when Ilisten to works of music, I feel the taste of them onmy tongue; if I can't, I don't understand the music
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When I read newspapers, some things are clear to me.I have a good understanding of everything that has todo with economic affairs. But there are other ideas Ican't grasp right away, ones I only get much later. Why?The answer is clear: I just can't visualize them.

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