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Saima Noreen, lead author of the study, decided to examine whether this same cognitive mechanism might form a link between forgiveness and forgetting.
Mothers in Scotland are most neglected, with a significant 20% of Scots forgetting Mother's Day.
But if my memory fails me in the compilation of the list, will I ever remember what I've forgotten that was supposed to stop me forgetting the thing I forgot in the first place?
I could play constant simultaneous forgetting and remembering as
Franklin was once such a runaway, and he may have been willing to mention his humble social origins in his famous autobiography, but his entire life and almost the entire autobiography seemed devoted to forgetting his connection to runaway unfree labor.
Rilke says, "Even / forgetting / Has a shape in the permanent realm of mutation.
If, as the book seems to suggest, knowledge is in some way impossible, if knowledge is incapable of conferring certainty upon Oedipa, as she goes about her search for the origin and dimension of the Tristero conspiracy, then is not forgetting somehow an integral part of The Crying of Lot 49?
She refuses to forget them because that would mean forgetting a big part of the horror of that Godforsaken place where millions of her people died.
Freud regarded repression as a process in which the motivated forgetting of disturbing or threatening information occurs either unconsciously or with an intentional push.
Year-round schooling, researchers say, enables students to enjoy vacation time without forgetting information.
It's weird because I know I can't always remember it at every minute, yet I hate myself for forgetting it.