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Unformatted text preview: 1) A particular smell makes us unknowingly re-enter a space completely forgotten by the retinal memory; the nostrils awaken a forgotten image, and we are enticed to enter a vivid daydream (Pallasmaa, 292). --> They were not in control of their senses and this skewed their memory. 2) The dominance of the eye and the suppression of the other senses tend to push us into detachment, isolation, and exteriority (Pallasmaa, 286).---> They were not using all of their senses which skewed their memory. 3) In order to think clearly, the sharpness of vision has to be suppressed, for thoughts travel with an absent-minded and unfocused gaze (Pallasmaa, 286).---> They were too reliant on their vision and utilized the other senses to a lesser degree which skewed their memory. 4) Our sensory experience of the world originates in the interior sensation of the mouth, and the whole world tends to return to its oral origins (Pallasmaa, 286)....
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2012 for the course 750 124 taught by Professor Girsch during the Spring '12 term at Rutgers.
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