Memory, Neuroscience and Memory Enhancement
In this paper we will put forward a new and updated comprehension of memory that should also change the coordinates of the memory enhancement debate. We will argue that this new way of thinking about memory makes much less unproblematic most of the memory enhancement technologies we have or will have in the near future. To conclude, we will discuss some cases that will illustrate our previous points.
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