Memory in Order: Invisible Man (1999)
1. The faculty by which the mind stores and remembers information.
2. Something remembered from the past.
3. The part of a computer in which data or program instructions can be stored for retrieval.
Unknown: Oxford Dictionary (2019)
Gursky, Andreas: Madonna I (2001)
Space and time are the framework within which the mind is constrained to construct its experience of reality.
Kant, Immanuel: Critique of Pure Reason (1855)
Picasso, Pablo: Guernica (1937)
Because the imaginary process relies on intentionality, the world is constituted not from the outside into our consciousness, but rather we constitute the world based on our intentions toward it.
Sartre, Jean-Paul: l'imaginaire (1940)
Goldstein, Grigory: Vladimir Ilyich Lenin giving a speech (1920)
Ungers, Oswald Mathias: City metaphors (1982)
Remembrance of things past is not necessarily the remembrance of things as they were.