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My left arm really is there, you just can’t see it’’) draw on every resource available, on behalf of relationality – one tries to be a good patient, to answer the question appropriately; one hopes to ﬁnd an other who can respond. Self-and-other experience needs plasticity in order to adapt to changing circumstances. Awareness of the differences between external and internal reality, and the usefulness of the latter’s pliability, manifests itself in the Morall Fabillis of Robert Henryson. Probably a schoolmaster as well as a notary, Henryson would likely have taught with with the aid of Aesopian fables, exemplary and unquestionably ﬁctional stories (the animals can talk) that crisscross different kinds of sentience in order to enhance the capacity for judgment.
Edu/ﬁleadmin/imported_ site/biblical_studies/wycliffe/ (accessed Oct. 2012). Zeeman, Nicolette. ‘‘Piers Plowman’’ and the Medieval Discourse of Desire. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. 2 Memory Anke Bernau This power of memory is great, very great, my God. It is a vast and inﬁnite profundity. St. viii (15) When St. viii (12)), he could equally be describing the ubiquity of scholarship on this topic. Theories of memory were already being proposed by Greek philosophers 700 years before Augustine was born, and while there has been great diversity in how memory has been conceptualized, it has been of central concern to Western culture for as long as we know.