Memory in permanent sociodynamic movement?

Memory as a social and cognitive sense of the past in the present reveals that the established paradigm of knowledge of the past interferes in the experience of the present (Connerton, 1989; Le Goff, 1977). The sense or meaning of the past in the present, particularly through the narratives of memory (recollections) expose a dichotomous and constant dynamic between remembering and forgetting. In this sense, can we understand memory as a social and cognitive dynamic in permanent sociodynamic movement?


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Rooney Pinto (June 8, 2022). Memory in permanent sociodynamic movement? Socialis memoriae. Retrieved July 17, 2024 from https://doi.org/10.58079/rd31


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