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autobiographical genre and or autobiographical memory anita kasabova nbu sofia
Autobiographical Genre and/or Autobiographical Memory?Anita Kasabova (NBU, Sofia)
  • 1.A philosophical method for describing autobiographical memory and autobiographical narrative
  • 1.1. Why distinguish between autobiographical genre and autobiographical memory?
  • 2. What are the conditions for autobiographical memory?
  • 3. From autobiographical memory to autobiographical narrative
  • 3.1. Cued recall, memory distortion and the subjunctive mood
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autobiographical or episodic memory= df: an explicit recollection of past episodes belonging to one’s personal experience

x does something at t1 and recollects it at t2

autobiographical memory is oriented to the past andthe ‘arrow’ of time points backwards to t1. Claim: an explicit recollection is a source of knowledge, for it brings back information acquired in the past.

conditions for autobiographical memory1
conditions for autobiographical memory:

(3) memory traces – dispositionalist view

(i) memory traces are dispositions that make possible the retrieval of past experiences and

(ii) these dispositions can be actualized if certain conditions are satisfied. Therefore

(iii) traces have the power to be retrieved iff they are prompted correctly.

(iv) But if cues are false or incomplete -> memory distortion

(3a) ecphory condition: recollection is activated iff there is a an attunement between present cue and memory trace. Trace is roused by means of a sign representing the original stimulus.

(v) neuroscientific claim: trace or engram is a biochemical change in neural tissue recorded by brain and persists in dispositional state.

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