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Introductory Remarks

  • E. Başar
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Part of the Springer Series in Brain Dynamics book series (SSBD, volume 2)


A philosophical description of “memory” stems from Bergson (1939) who stated that: “It is memory which makes the past and future real and therefore creates true duration and true time.”


Introductory Remark Cognitive Potential True Duration Sensory Side Secondary Visual Area 
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