On the memory of last things. Schmidt, D. J. Research in Phenomenology, 23(1):92–104, 1993.
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[first paragraph] Can there be a memory of that which has truly earned the right to be called a last thing, of that which is defined by its singularity and finality? Is it not rather the case that memory preserves all that belongs to it, undermining every judgment that something is last and does not permit any duplication in the future? Is not Hegel right when he suggests that for there to be history we must understand that it happens in the "temple of mnemnosyne"? If that is
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abstract = {[first paragraph] Can there be a memory of that which has truly earned the right to be called a last thing, of that which is defined by its singularity and finality? Is it not rather the case that memory preserves all that belongs to it, undermining every judgment that something is last and does not permit any duplication in the future? Is not Hegel right when he suggests that for there to be history we must understand that it happens in the "temple of mnemnosyne"? If that is},
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journal = {Research in Phenomenology},
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