What makes you you? A matter of life and death

by The Editors January 14, 2013 (Breakpoint.org) – In Marcel Proust’s classic novel “Remembrance of Things Past,” tasting a sponge cake dipped in tea triggers a sea of memories by which the narrator explores how the past, and our recalling of it, make us who we are. But what if you had no memories?… (0)

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