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Articles by Ellen K. Levy and David E. Levy:

Cut Short

Philosopher/writers have often pointed out metaphors that insist on a linear view of life (i.e., “the seven ages of man”), while others are grounded in cycles (i.e., “from dust to dust”). But what if you can’t experience ‘progress’ in daily life or any of the norms of sequential reasoning because you have suffered brain damage affecting the regions responsible for memory? This deficit might well be visualized as a filmic series of re-runs and short cuts.

This post is in: Artists Collaborate with Neurologists,Journal of Neuro-Aesthetic Theory #2 (2000-02)

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