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Le temps et la mémoire chez la personne "cérébro-lésée"

Abstract : Time and memory are at the root for our humanity. People suffering from neurological illnesses greatly question the links men have with their temporality and their memory. In this essay, I have tried to bring out what is specific to time that has been experienced and to the effects of memory illnesses in the neurological clinic. I have studied two temporal modalities, the ‘demented” patient ‘s dislocated time, the patient who has suffered a stroke’s ripped time, as the time-proven person. I have also tried to consider questions of time, duration and change. What becomes the identity of those people who have suffered in their being? I have mentioned what testifies the continuity of the psychic life, beyond seemingness and “rational” potentialities by clarifying what prompts the dialectic relationship between time and memory. Being with those patients requires a presence, a gift of time
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Marie-Josée Manifacier-Fournier. Le temps et la mémoire chez la personne "cérébro-lésée". Philosophie. Université Paris-Est, 2009. Français. ⟨NNT : 2009PEST1077⟩. ⟨tel-00584394⟩



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