I commence this essay with the question - 'How is it that memory
is in fact reliable?’ - because, as we all know, memory is, in general, reliable. My first question is therefore, 'Why should any problem
arise at all?’, and the answer to this question - 'Because sometimes memory does let us down; our deceptive memories seem, on the face of
things, to be in no way distinguishable from our correct ones. All memories have at least an initial authority. In Chapter I l list and consider the ways...[Show more]
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