Mneme

In Greek mythology, Mneme (Μνήμη) was one of the three original Boeotian muses, though there were later nine. Her sisters were Aoide and Melete. She was the muse of memory.

Other articles related to "mneme":

Dawkin - Work - Meme
... In 1904, Semon published Die Mneme (which appeared in English in 1924 as The Mneme) ... Laurent also found the term mneme used in Maurice Maeterlinck's The Life of the White Ant (1926), and has highlighted the similarities to Dawkins's ...
Richard Semon
... His ideas of the mneme (based on the Greek goddess, Mneme, the muse of memory) were developed early in the 20th century ... The mneme represented the memory of an external-to-internal experience ... He also took inventive recourse to phonography, the "mneme machine," to explain the uneven distribution and revival of engrams ...
Mneme (disambiguation)
... Mneme may refer to one of the following ... Mneme, one of the three original (Boeotian) Muses ... Mneme (moon), a moon of Jupiter ...