Category: amnesia

Mnemonic Confabulation

We’re continuing our series of posts on “Philosophical Perspectives on Confabulation” – our special issue in the journal Topoi this week. In today’s post, Sarah Robins, Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of Kansas, introduces her paper “Mnemonic Confabulation”. The motivation...

The Functional Character of Memory

Today’s post is by Jordi Fernández. He is an associate professor of philosophy at the University of Adelaide. Jordi’s research interests are mainly in philosophy of mind, epistemology and metaphysics. He is particularly interested in self-knowledge and memory. He is the author...