Collective Memory and the Historical Past - Barash, Jeffrey Andrew

Collective Memory and the Historical Past

Jeffrey Andrew Barash

Yayınevi: Chicago University Press

Yayın tarihi: 11/2016

ISBN: 9780226399157

Ciltli | İngilizce | 280 Sayfa | Büyük boy  |  23,7x26,29x2,31 cm.

Tür: Bilgi Felsefesi

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In Collective Memory and the Historical Past intellectual historian Jeffrey Andrew Barash elaborates a philosophical basis for the concept of collective memory and delimits the specific scope of this concept in relation to the historical past. Barash begins with the concept of memory and the principal significations it has been accorded by different traditions of Western thought. He argues that the predominant philosophical arguments in given historical periods regarding the significance and scope of memory are more than abstract speculations, for they owe their persuasive force to the fundamental convictions they convey concerning the sense of human existence and of human interaction in the socio-political sphere. Barash argues that the paradox of collective memory requires an account of the multiple functions of the imagination which, far from limited to the production of fantasy or fiction, configures the patterns of symbolic interaction through which remembered experience is made communicable among vast groups. Using vivid examples drawn from recent history, literature, and art, this learned yet accessible work interjects clarity and originality into the hitherto vexed and confused theory of collective memory.

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