This chapter offers an interpretation of the passage in De Memoria et Reminiscentia 1 which aims to show that memory does not belong to the rational capacity. Chapter Two. De memoria et reminiscentia: Text and translation. in Aristotle on Memory and Recollection. Author: Bloch. DE SENSU ET SENSIBILI. DE MEMORIA ET REMINISCENTIA. DE SOMNO DE SOMNIIS. DE DIVINATIONE PER SOMNUM. BY. J. I. BEARE, M.A.. FELLOW OF .

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