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Obliscence

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  1. Aug 16,  · One part of the permanent exhibition focusses on Geoffrey Sonnabend, who in his three volume work Obliscence, Theories of Forgetting and the Problem of Matter, departed from all previous memory research with the premise that memory is an illusion. Forgetting, he believed, not remembering is the inevitable outcome of all experience.
  2. Obliscence is a parody, Ages and Dispensations is a sincere attempt to explain a set of beliefs, and Planet Kolob and environs is an accurate depiction of a serious belief system, irreverently depicted on a web site that also enables you to print your own temple pass.
  3. In its most basic form Sonnabend’s model of obliscence consists of two elements: the Cone of Obliscence and the Plane of Experience (sometimes also known as plane experience). All living things have a Cone of Obliscence by which the being experiences experience.
  4. Geoffrey Sonnabend - Obliscence: Theories Of Forgetting and The Problem Of Matter Pamphlet – January 1, by Valentine Worth (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Pamphlet, January 1, "Please retry" — — — Pamphlet Author: Valentine Worth.
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  6. A staff writer for the New Yorker presents a whimsical and often profound tour of a truly curious museum and its highly ironic curator. A couple of years ago, Weschler (A Miracle, A Universe, , etc.) wandered into the Museum of Jurassic Technology, an unremarkable Los Angeles storefront that is the pet project of David Wilson, a most unusual curator.
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