Art of Memory ePub download
by Frances A. Yates
- ISBN: 074480020X
- ISBN13: 978-0744800203
- ePub: 1256 kb | FB2: 1808 kb
- Language: English
- Category: Psychology & Counseling
- Publisher: Imprint unknown; New edition edition (October 11, 1984)
- Pages: 424
- Rating: 4.4/5
- Votes: 610
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Selected Works Volume III The Art of Memory. Engraved by G. Bonasone (p. 170). Frances . ates the art of memory.
Selected Works Volume III The Art of Memory. FRANCES YATES Selected Works. VOLUME I The Valois Tapestries. V O L U M E II Giordano Bruno and the Hermetic Tradition. London, Melbourne and Henley. When I began, my chief aids were some old monographs in German and the later German studies by H. Hajdu, 1936, and L. Volkmann, 1937 (for full references, see p. 105). In 1960, Paolo Rossi's Clavis universalis was published.
Frances Yates writes a balanced history of the arts of rhetoric and enlightens the modern reader about the ancient practice of memorisation - essential for an era that did not have mass print literature. The idea of 'artificial memory' as opposed to 'natural memory' is interesting, the moreso that we now live in an era of 'artificial intelligence'.
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The Art of Memory is a 1966 non-fiction book by British historian Frances A. Yates
The Art of Memory is a 1966 non-fiction book by British historian Frances A. Yates. The book follows the history of mnemonic systems from the classical period of Simonides of Ceos in Ancient Greece to the Renaissance era of Giordano Bruno, ending with Gottfried Leibniz and the early emergence of the scientific method in the 17th century.
In this classic study of how people learned to retain vast stores of knowledge before the invention of the printed page, Frances A. Yates traces the art of memory. In this classic study of how people learned to retain vast stores of knowledge before the invention of the printed page, Frances A. Yates traces the art of memory from its treatment by Greek orators, through its Gothic transformations in the Middle Ages, to the occult forms it took in the Renaissance, and finally to its use in the seventeenth century.
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This unique and brilliant book is a history of human knowledge. Before the invention of printing, a trained memory was of vital importance. Based on a technique of impressing 'places' and 'images' on the mind, the ancient Greeks created an elaborate memory system which in turn was inherited by the Romans and passed into the European tradition, to be revived, in occult form, during the Renaissance