Item Details

Forgetting to Be Me

TVF International
Format
Video; Computer Resource; Online Video; Online
Summary
Memory forms the very fabric of our selves. Yet we forget vastly more than we remember, and we embellish until we no longer trust our own minds. Should we accept that true memory is a fantasy? Does this risk chaos in our courts or liberate us to think ourselves and our culture anew? The Panel Professor of Philosophy at the University of Miami Mark Rowlands, Chair for the Public Understanding of Philosophy at Sheffield Angie Hobbs and author of Willful Blindness Margaret Heffernan interrogate memory.
Release Date
2015
Run Time
44 min.
Language
Closed-captioned
Rating
9 - 12, Academic/AP
Notes
  • Originally released by TVF International, 2015.
  • Streaming video file encoded with permission for digital streaming by Infobase on December 11, 2017.
Series
Institute of Art and Ideas: Cutting Edge Debates and Talks From the World's Leading Thinkers (Series 2)
Contents
Forgetting to Be Me: Meet the Panelists (2:31); Mark Rowlands: the Pitch (3:42); Angie Hobbs: the Pitch (4:42); Margaret Heffernan: the Pitch (3:55); How do Memories Relate to Reality? (8:15); Can We Trust Our Memories? (9:05); Can We Rethink Ourselves Without True Memory? (11:14); Credits: Forgetting to Be Me (0:24)
Published
[Place of publication not identified] : TVF International, [2015]
New York, N.Y. : Distributed by Infobase, 2017.
Publisher no.
  • 145277 Infobase
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Access Restriction
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Description
1 online resource (1 video file (44 min., 4 sec)) : sound, color.
Streaming video file.
System requirements: Films On Demand platform.
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