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Articles by Norman M. Klein:

Phantom Limb as Memoir

In 1994, while writing The History of Forgetting, I used the term “phantom limb” for the first time, as a spatial metaphor more than a neurobiological phenomenon. Many famous sites in downtown Los Angeles had been leveled after 1961, particularly a hilltop neighborhood on the western brow of downtown. And despite redevelopment, their absence was still quite evident in 1994—faint traces. …

This post is in: Journal of Neuro-Aesthetic Theory #4 (2004),2. Displacements of the Imaginary and Virtual Schemata

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