Geoffrey Sonnabend: Obliscence, Theories of Forgetting and the Problem of Matter

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By Valentine Worth, With Diagrammatic Illustrations by Sona Dora

An abridgement of neurophysiologist Geoffrey Sonnabend's monumental three volume work, in which he departed from all previous memory research with the premise that memory is an illusion, and that forgetting, not remembering, is the inevitable outcome of all experience.

From the Contributions from the Museum of Jurassic Technology guide leaflet series.

S.F.D.U.I. Press, 1991, staple-bound pamphlet, 8 pages, B&W diagrams.

*This text is also included in the Museum's Jubilee Catalogue.

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