Factual memory. Sharpe, R. Mind, 77(305):131–132, 1968.
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[first paragraph] IN ' Factual Memory' (Knowledge and Certainty, pp. 222-240 ; to the pages of which the numbers in brackets refer) Professor Norman Malcolm offers an analysis of that sense of ' remember' involved when we say that we remember that something was the case or that something happened, as opposed to saying that we remember a place or an event; for example, I remember that Russell's ersatz christening took place in the presence of John Stuart Mill, but I do not remember Russell's christening because I was not present. Where I assert ' I remember that p ' and a proposition can be substituted for p, we have factual memory.
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abstract = {[first paragraph] IN ' Factual Memory' (Knowledge and Certainty, pp. 222-240 ; to the pages of which the numbers in brackets refer) Professor Norman Malcolm offers an analysis of that sense of ' remember' involved when we say that we remember that something was the case or that something happened, as opposed to saying that we remember a place or an event; for example, I remember that Russell's ersatz christening took place in the presence of John Stuart Mill, but I do not remember Russell's christening because I was not present. Where I assert ' I remember that p ' and a proposition can be substituted for p, we have factual memory.},
author = {Sharpe, Robert},
doi = {10.1093/mind/LXXVII.305.131},
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issn = {0026-4423},
journal = {Mind},
number = {305},
pages = {131--132},
title = {{Factual memory}},
url = {https://academic.oup.com/mind/article-lookup/doi/10.1093/mind/LXXVII.305.131},
volume = {77},
year = {1968}
}
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