William James about memory (“The Varieties of Religious Experience”, 1902) - In certain diseased conditions consciousness is a mere spark, without memory of the past or thought of the future, and with the present narrowed down to some one simple emotion or sensation of the body.
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In certain diseased conditions consciousness is a mere spark, without memory of the past or thought of the future, and with the present narrowed down to some one simple emotion or sensation of the body.
 William JamesThe Varieties of Religious Experience (1902). copy citation

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