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    Question Memory is the father of conscience

    Here is my thesis for my seminar:
    Memory stores experience and faults just like the way computers store virus and programs. It is a built in device to balance thought in making a decision.
    Is this argumentative enough?

    Controling ideas
    1. Humans fail to learn from the past (not being taught properly because of prejudice)
    2. Lessons that we must learn (never indifferent, lessons on humanity, learn to love)
    3. I am still thinking...any ideas would be nice....

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    Re: Memory is the father of conscience

    I don't think the analogy really works because viruses are not stored in computer memory to provide a counterbalance.

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    Exclamation Re: Memory is the father of conscience

    Quote Originally Posted by Tdol View Post
    I don't think the analogy really works because viruses are not stored in computer memory to provide a counterbalance.
    Yeah, they do store virus. That is why the thesis is argumentative..

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