The Project of New Philosophy vis-a-vis Memory in the Thought of Edward Abramowski
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The articles focuses on the role of memory in the project of experiential metaphysics and offers a critical analysis of Edward Abramowski's philosophy. In the framework of that undertaking memory has been characterised and defined by its relation to unconsciousness and perception. Essentially memory is presented as a necessary condition for the agnostic experience which is the foundation of experiential metaphysics. Following Abramowski the author presents latent memory as a factor that determines human individuals. Moreover, if the results of experiential metaphysics are followed all the way, memory can be interpreted as the basis for ethics, aesthetics and religion.
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