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of or relating to or involved the practice of aiding the memory

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One obvious example of mnemotechnics is writing and indeed Stiegler dedicates a large part of the second volume of Technics and Time: Disorientation to a discussion of the transformation in mnemotechnics represented by the shift to orthographic writing.
However, a tendency has developed to envision Bruno's mnemotechnics in a very different light, with the devaluation of the hermetic sphere encouraged by a variety of scholars.
The art of memory opens with the triumph of Simonides' mnemotechnic by allowing each of the dead their proper burial.
Rhyme demonstrates the very opposite of depletion: there is no loss; on the contrary, there is only echo, repetition, mnemotechnics.
Yates' magisterial of The Art of Memory relates the Classical art of rhetoric to various devices of mnemotechnics and the social practice of menemonics ([1996] 2001:1-4).
Mnemotechnics and the moon are subtly linked, as Kande sieves individual recollections of her childhood and her later memories of New York (where she has been teaching francophone literature since 1994) as well as the collective memory of mulattoes, quadroons, octoroons, and heroes of mixed blood like Vincent Oge and the Chavannes, who were be headed in 1791 for claiming equal rights in San Domingo.
Further, she suggests that the "scholastic cultivation of mnemotechnics might have contributed significantly to the regulation and normalization of violence as a desirable means of production and, specifically, of dramatic production" (79-80).
In On the Genealogy of Morals, Nietzsche also developed an analysis of the mnemotechnics of pain and suffering in Christianity.
Aside from the connection of gardens and churches as loci for ancient mnemotechnics, there is another connection, according to Gellrich.
In the main part of this essay, the understanding of mnemotechnics pertains to a mode of analysis that might be designated as aestheticist.
In the modern period we tend to ignore the iconic thinking, the mnemotechnics and the value of irony in the Middle Ages.
Frye's notebooks, Salusinszky reports, reveal his interest in both the history of this rhetorical art and its practical artifices--or mnemotechnics.
24) Stiegler also calls mnemotechnics 'tertiary memory', a term that he derives from Husserl's discussion of memory.
Reverting to the pharmacological perspective that informs his entire conception of technics (and that overdetermines it as mnemotechnics, of which more in a bit), Stiegler entertains the idea that an 'autonomization of attention' might be needed 'precisely in order to counteract attention's destruction--by automatization'.
3) This straddling of diverse histories is certainly what makes Stiegler's work of interest for cultural studies and cultural theory, not least because it opens cultural theorising up to a thoroughgoing genealogy of the relations between philosophy and technology--Nietzschean in spirit, this genealogy is fundamentally one of culture qua mnemotechnics.