Thomas Reid's theory of memory. Copenhaver, R. History of Philosophy Quarterly, 23(2):171–189, 2006.
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[first paragraph] Reid regards the history of the philosophy of memory, from the Peripatetics to Hume, as a failure.1 Reid begins his history with the Peripatetic theory as described by Alexander of Aphrodisias and translated in James Harris's Hermes:
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abstract = {[first paragraph] Reid regards the history of the philosophy of memory, from the Peripatetics to Hume, as a failure.1 Reid begins his history with the Peripatetic theory as described by Alexander of Aphrodisias and translated in James Harris's Hermes:},
author = {Copenhaver, Rebecca},
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journal = {History of Philosophy Quarterly},
number = {2},
pages = {171--189},
title = {{Thomas Reid's theory of memory}},
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volume = {23},
year = {2006}
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