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Television: Memories are us

by Gillean Craig

HOW Does Your Memory Work? (BBC2, Tuesday of last week) concerned a topic central to our professional interests — after all, the project we are engaged in exists only in response to the injunction: “Do this in memory of me.”

Experiments demonstrated that a child’s memory develops at the same time as, and is probably therefore linked to, the sense of self — the sense of one’s distinct identity as an individual person. Memory is not an assembling of more and more information; ...

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Tue 26 Jul 16 @ 11:32
The Archbishop of Canterbury has responded to the attack in France which has reportedly left a priest dead. https://t.co/c8Lv8sMUXr

Tue 26 Jul 16 @ 11:18
RT @BBCGavinHewittFrench govt regard knife attack on church in Normandy as terror attack. Pres. Hollande heading there. 92 year old priest had throat cut.