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May 1, 2023 Forthcoming by Routledge
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Book Description

This book explores the structure and function of memory and imagination, as well as the relation and interaction between the two states. It is the first book to offer an integrative approach to these two emerging areas of philosophical research.

The essays in this volume deal with a variety of forms of imagining and remembering. The contributors come from a range of methodological backgrounds: empirically minded philosophers, analytic philosophers engaging mainly in conceptual analysis, and philosophers informed by the phenomenological tradition. Part 1 consists of novel contributions to ontological issues regarding the nature of memory and imagination and their respective structural features. Part 2 focuses on questions of justification and perspective regarding both states. The chapters in Part 3 discuss issues regarding memory and imagination as skills or abilities. Finally, Part 4 focuses on the relation between memory, imagination, and emotion.

Philosophical Perspectives on Memory and Imagination will be of interest to scholars and advanced students working in philosophy of memory, philosophy of imagination, philosophy of mind, and epistemology.

Table of Contents

Introduction Anja Berninger and Íngrid Vendrell Ferran

Part 1: Memory and Imagination: Ontological Questions

1. Remembering and Imagining: The Attitudinal Continuity Peter Langland-Hassan

2. Memory and Imagination, Minds and Worlds Christopher Jude McCarroll

3. Imagining the Actual vs. Possible Future: An Argument for Discontinuism of Collective Mental Time Travel Alma K. Barner

4. If Remembering Is Imagining, Then What Is Forgetting? Kourken Michaelian

5. Relationism about Memory? Paul Noordhof

Part 2: Memory, Imagination, Justification, and Perspective

6. On the Putative Epistemic Generativity of Memory and Imagination Kengo Miyazono and Uku Tooming

7. Imagining in Remembering from the Outside Margherita Arcangeli

8. Constructing a Wider View on Memory: Beyond the Dichotomy of Field and Observer Perspectives Anco Peeters, Erica Cosentino, and Markus Werning

Part 3: Memory, Imagination, Skills, and Abilities

9. Memory, Imagination, and Skill Amy Kind

10. Remembering and Imagining as Agential Powers Robert Hopkins

11. The Method of Loci and the Role of Constructive Imagination in Remembering Sarah Robins

Part 4: Memory, Imagination, and Emotion

12. Imagine What It Feels Like Íngrid Vendrell Ferran

13. A Family-Resemblance Approach to Nostalgia Anja Berninger

14. Affective Selves, Streams of Consciousness, and Mental Time Travels Fabrice Teroni

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Biography

Anja Berninger is a Researcher in philosophy at the University of Göttingen, Germany. Her research focuses on the philosophy of mind and social philosophy with a special emphasis on empathy, emotions, and memory.

Íngrid Vendrell Ferran is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Marburg, Germany. Her research is in the areas of philosophy of mind, phenomenology, epistemology, and aesthetics.