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Unread October 18th, 2004, 05:26 AM
Paul Miedema Paul Miedema is offline
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Default Re: Recovered memory

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That is not to say one has to challenge the memory as an occurrence, but rather the effects of that memory. The question becomes, which of the two, memory or belief is the interfering factor.


This is what it is all about, for me. This difference between what factually has happened and how I interpreted these facts. Facts, as far they are facts as I see them, with all my bias. We all know that "facts" differ from observer to observer. And maybe only identical descriptions of these facts could support some kind of approximation of what "really" happened.

So I guess that "belief" is the interfering factor and we behave "as if" our belief is congruent with reality.

Ah, you know all that....

Paul
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