Ancient and Modern Memory

Ancient and Modern Memory February 21, 2011

The blog Bad Rhetoric linked to a piece in the New York Times Magazine connecting modern feats of memory with the ancient Greeks’ discovery of how to utlize memory more effectively.

Those interested in the memory of people in the Greco-Roman era, or just interested in remembering things in the present, will find it interesting – and memorable!

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