Mr. Urmson on memory and imagination. Furlong, E. J. Mind, 79(313):137–138, 1970.
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[first paragraph] IN his challenging article ' Memory and imagination' (MIND, January 1967) Mr. Urmson returns an 'absurdly simple' answer to a simple question, namely, how to distinguish between remembering and imagining. Hume, most, notable setter of the questidn, made, Urmson considers, a poor shot at answering it, partly because he mixed it up with another problem (pp. 84 f., 90 f.).
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abstract = {[first paragraph] IN his challenging article ' Memory and imagination' (MIND, January 1967) Mr. Urmson returns an 'absurdly simple' answer to a simple question, namely, how to distinguish between remembering and imagining. Hume, most, notable setter of the questidn, made, Urmson considers, a poor shot at answering it, partly because he mixed it up with another problem (pp. 84 f., 90 f.).},
author = {Furlong, E. J.},
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journal = {Mind},
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pages = {137--138},
title = {{Mr. Urmson on memory and imagination}},
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volume = {79},
year = {1970}
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