Gen Psych Lect 26

Gen Psych Lect 26 - Lecture 3 Wed The vertical height is...

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L ec ture 3: 0 1 /28 / 09- W e d The vertical height is ememory of the process that pushed clay upwards. The outline of the vase, curing in and out, I smemory of the change pressure of the potter’s hands. Therefore, the crack on the case is a history of hitting, which sits on top of the clay manipulation. According to Leyton’s theory, the entire world is history. Each object around us is memory of the history of process that formed it. We will see how to extract this history from the objects. This will show us how to extract the emotional tension stored in the artwork. 1.4 The reconstruction of history; fundamental laws History can be recovered from many different types of sources (ie. Scars, dents, scratches. .) In fact, there are probably infinitely many types of sources However, Leyton shows that on a deep level, all these sources have only one form 1 st fundamental law of memory storage memory is stored only in asymmetries 2 nd fundamental law of memory storage
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Gen Psych Lect 26 - Lecture 3 Wed The vertical height is...

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