A Defence of Quasi-Memory
Roache (Rebecca)
Source: Philosophy - 81/316 (April 2006), pp. 323-356
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Sections
    Introduction;
  1. Q-Memory2 and Piecemeal Memory-Trace Copying;
  2. Copying Memories;
  3. The Narrow Conception of Memory-Trace Copying;
  4. The Broad Conception of Memory-Trace Copying;
  5. Wholesale Psychological Continuity3;
  6. 'An Autonomously Intelligible Faculty' of Q-Memory4;
  7. Conclusion (Q-Memory5 is OK in the context of fission).

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