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The Axiological Memory

Nicolae Râmbu

This book represents an attempt to explain the manner in which values are attached to memory. The author examines that when the fundamental values of a civilisation are attached to the individual’s memory, they can never be forgotten or erased, irrespective of how violent or subtle the means used for this purpose might be. The essay investigates why some people who have been educated in a foreign culture and who are, well-integrated, suddenly return to the fundamental values of their culture of origin and, in some cases, they violently turn against their foster civilization.

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1Friedrich Nietzsche’s concept of axiological memory

1What are values?

2Axiological memory: terminological and conceptual definitions

3The memory of the will

4Conclusion

2The axiological memory in Immanuel Kant’s, Friedrich Schiller’s and Arthur Schopenhauer’s view

1The aesthetic ideas as values

2Play and memory

3Conclusion

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