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Recollection, as understood in respect to the spiritual life, means attention to the presence of God in the soul.
Passive recollection does not depend upon our own efforts, but is an extraordinary grace infused by God, by which He summons together the faculties of the soul and manifests His presence and His perfections; this kind of recollection is classed by mystical writiers as the first degree of infused contemplation.
As recollection is itself an application of the mind to the Divine presence within us, it is evident that the shortest way to its acquisition is frequently to call to mind that our souls are the temples of God.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/12676b.htm   (412 words)

Recollection is the antithesis to concern with the superficial.
Recollection is not merely the antithesis of reverie, of loose flights of fancy, and of the state of being swayed by the play of associations, but also of all submersion in trivial activities or interests.
In recollecting ourselves, we empty our soul of all current concerns, and are no longer possessed by the things which fill our life; we escape from the network of those autonomous systems of particular aims into which life's single situations and tasks erect themselves.
quicksitemaker.com /members/prayer/A45.html   (3644 words)

 Wrapping a memory with an experience, capacity for recollection detected in non-human species
In addition, the researchers show that rodents' capacity for recollection-like memory retrieval depends on the brain structure known as the hippocampus, the same structure believed to be involved in recollection in humans.
Although neuroimaging studies of hippocampal activity in normal individuals as well as studies of amnesia indicate the hippocampus could be crucial to recollection, definitive methods for assessing hippocampal activity in memory have largely remained out of reach.
Recollection, by comparison, is expressed in an all-or-none fashion, triggered when a certain threshold of associative and contextual information has been achieved.
www.eurekalert.org /pub_releases/2004-09/bu-wam090804.php   (743 words)

 Yonelinas, A. (2002). The nature of recollection and familiarity: A review of 30 years of research.
This procedure assumes that recollection and familiarity are two independent processes, and it should be possible to find variable that affect recollection without affecting familiarity.
AND figure 4 says recollection is not described as a signal detection process because recollection estimates remain constant as false alarms increase instead of forming the guassian like curves consistent with the signal detection theory.
During retrieval, activation in the prefrontal cortex, hippocampus, parahippocampal gyrus, and parietal lobe is associated with recollection, whereas somewhat distinct prefrontal activations are related to familiarity.
www.uark.edu /misc/lampinen/read/f02/yonelinas02.htm   (1627 words)

 Effects of extensive temporal lobe damage or mild hypoxia on recollection and familiarity - Nature Neuroscience
The proportion of remember responses was used to estimate recollection, whereas familiarity was estimated as the probability of a familiar response given that the item was not recollected.
This slightly lower recollection score seen in the H group may reflect the fact that the damage was bilateral in that group and only unilateral in the H+ group.
Recollection was estimated as the probability that an old item received a remember response minus the probability that a new item received a remember response.
www.nature.com /cgi-taf/DynaPage.taf?file=/neuro/journal/v5/n11/full/nn961.html   (4850 words)

 Dietrich von Hildebrand - Transformation in Christ
Furthermore, while the basic characteristic of recollection is integration in depth as opposed to dispersion, that of contemplation is the restful immersion of self as opposed to purposeful tension.
Recollection alone makes it possible for us to keep awake in ourselves the basic attitude of charity, elicited by the melting fire of Jesus' love, and - notwithstanding the manifoldness of the different keys of emotional attention required by the changing situations - always to preserve our essential identity, to remain semper idem.
Recollection provides the groundwork for that wakefulness thanks to which no mutually disparate currents of life can flow side by side in our soul without being confronted with one another.
www.ewtn.com /library/SPIRIT/SIPTRANS.HTM   (11877 words)

 Recognition versus Recollection
Recollection is more efficient because it wastes no time on the recognition search.
A recollection interface will always have a way to remove part of the input, or to clear back to a certain context.
An example of a very well-done recollection interface with recognition assist is the command interface first used in TOPS-10, later used in some implementations of the Kermit data transfer protocol, and currently available on Cisco's IOS.
www.advogato.org /article/100.html   (2472 words)

 Critical Care | Abstract | Discomfort and factual recollection in intensive care unit patients
However, retrospective assessment of discomfort is difficult because recollection of stressful events may be impaired by sedation and severe illness during the ICU stay.
The median (min–max) score for factual recollection in the ICU patients was 15 (0–28).
Patients with a higher factual recollection score were at greater risk for remembering the stressful presence of an endotracheal tube, medical activities and noise.
ccforum.com /content/8/6/R467/abstract   (556 words)

 Capacity for recollection detected in non human species
Neurobiologists at Boston University's Center for Memory and Brain have provided the first evidence that rats use recollection when recognizing items they have recently experienced.
This combination of results provides strong evidence that animals, contrary to Aristotle's contention, exhibit recollection as well as familiarity.
Bringing together faculty with expertise in psychology, neuroscience, and biomedical engineering, BU's Center for Memory and Brain provides a focal point for research on how the human brain stores and retrieves information.
www.medicalnewstoday.com /medicalnews.php?newsid=13212   (766 words)

 Critical Care | Full text | Discomfort and factual recollection in intensive care unit patients
However, recollection of discomfort during the ICU stay is inseparably connected to the quality of recollection itself: events considered stressful at the time may not be remembered; conversely, recollections of stressful events may not be based on actual experiences.
Logistic regression analysis of determinants of recollection of discomfort confirmed that factual recollection was indeed an independent factor in predicting recollection of discomfort.
In a group of 68 ventilated medical patients, Turner and coworkers [6] found a prevalence of recollection of endotracheal suctioning of 44%, and in 26 mainly surgical patients those investigators found a prevalence of recollection of endotracheal suctioning of 47% [11].
ccforum.com /content/8/6/R467   (3926 words)

 Book Report on theory of recollection   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Plato has had a Theory of Recollection to explain our access of knowledge, that knowledge is from within, and not obtained through experience.
The Theory of Recollection refers to the idea that recollection is like the soul, where it is maintained and never dying, therefore it constitutes the spiritual aspect of remembering.
To most people it would sound ridiculous, but during the time of MENO people actually believed in recollection, the main difference being the time era where philosophy ruled their day, and whereas science rules ours.
www.newessay.com /database/theory_of_recollection-17158.html   (163 words)

 Andrea Doria-Recollections
Recollections of the Radio Officer on the tanker Robert E. Hopkins.
Extensive recollection of the trip from Naples to New York.
Recollection of the Second Radio Officer on the USNS Pvt.
www.andreadoria.org /Recollections/Recollections.htm   (254 words)

 i-Newswire.com - Press Release And News Distribution - ReCollection, Scores 59% Open Rate Plus Boosted Customer Traffic ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
ReCollection is one of four arts and craft retailers operating under Michael's Inc., including 805 Michael's stores and 158 Aaron Bros. art shops.
ReCollection plans to run 15 to 20 campaigns this year using EMPACT.
ReCollection wanted to customize emails to serve a large audience of scrapbookers searching the Internet for products.
i-newswire.com /pr11943.html   (516 words)

 Functional-Neuroanatomic Correlates of Recollection: Implications for Models of Recognition Memory -- Kahn et al. 24 ...
Recollection is hypothesized to entail the reactivation of representations
Activation during veridical recollection (left) for Imaged (solid bars) and Read (hatched bars) items and during false recognition (right) accompanied by an Imaged or Read response is displayed.
or recollection of the representations (i.e., visuospatial imagery
www.jneurosci.org /cgi/content/full/24/17/4172   (6206 words)

 Meno’s Paradox
Plato attempts to prove the doctrine of Recollection by means of his interview with the slave-boy.
According to this reading of “recollection,” there are a priori concepts that we have prior to experience.
So even if “recollection” is only inference misdescribed, there is still room for Plato to argue that inference requires the use of concepts that cannot themselves be acquired empirically.
faculty.washington.edu /smcohen/320/menopar.htm   (929 words)

 George Hewes' Recollection of the Boston Massacre
The persons who were killed I well recollect, said Hewes; they were, Gray, a rope maker, Marverick, a young man, Colwell, who was the mate of Captain Colton; Attuck, a mulatto, and Carr, who was an Irishman.
It is not recollected that the offence given to the barber’s boy is mentioned by the historians of the revolution; yet there can be no doubt of its correctness.
The account of this single one of the exciting causes of the massacre, related by Hewes, at this time, was in answer to the question of his personal knowledge of that event.
historymatters.gmu.edu /d/5825   (791 words)

 Recollection of pain intensity subjective - The Washington Times: Nation/Politics - May 25, 2004   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
A patient's recollection of pain associated with a medical or dental procedure may be more intense than the pain actually experienced, a new report has found.
The report, published in the Journal of Pain, suggests that the negative recollection associated with a dreaded visit to a dentist, periodontist or doctor may have more to do with how emotionally stressed the patient was during the experience rather than how much pain he or she endured at the time.
"Failure to do so will often heighten the patients' negative recollection of treatment stress, which, in turn, will be likely to discourage them from seeking follow-up or continued treatment," Mr.
www.washtimes.com /national/20040524-103159-6969r.htm   (510 words)

 Days and Evening of Recollection
Days of Recollection include two or three conferences, an opportunity for the Sacrament of Reconciliation, Eucharist, or a Holy Hour with Benediction.
Days of Recollection can be arranged for church groups or organizations throughout the year.
Days of Recollection usually run from 9 am to 3 pm.
www.subi.org /recollection.htm   (65 words)

 Marguerite Shuster - Recollection
Because especially in exile, especially when the present is hard and the future looks bleak, especially when long years have elapsed and memories fade, it is essential that we not forget.
From recollecting the basics, all the rest could be rebuilt.
Marguerite, your earlier message on recollection is a commanding statement on faith and culture, the compelling and important assignment we have to retell, remember, the story in a secular society.
www.30goodminutes.org /csec/sermon/shuster_4010.htm   (2054 words)

 My Recollection -- First Person Oral History
These might be as significant as someone's participation in a world-famous political event or as small as the memory of how a little town changed when it got its first stoplight.
The important thing is that the recollection be one's own, described in one's own words.
The objective is to entertain and to preserve and make available bits of information for present and future generations that may never show up in "official" documents or make it to formal histories.
www.myrecollection.com   (307 words)

After working our asses off for a couple of months, we are about to record our first offering to the musical world.
You know us Ladies of Recollection are working hard to show off our kick ass guys cuz we love you oh so much!
Nancy are THE ladies of Recollection cuz we kick some ass!
www.myspace.com /recollection   (797 words)

 Djam Karet; http://www.djamkaret.com
And this is also the time that Recollection Harvest is now released.
The discography has been redone and MP3’s are now linked directly from the releases, new band photos are up and downloadable and you can take a trip into our studio where DK really lives and the music happens.
Recollection Harvest was finished in April of this year so we have now had a few months away from it….letting go of the memories and pressures of recording and having the music settle and rise.
www.djamkaret.com   (934 words)

 Search Results for recollection - Encyclopædia Britannica
The appeal of the ordered recollection of Muhammad to the Islamic mind did not become immediately formalized and sophisticated.
Canadian writer whose works range from vigorous, slangy recollections of the Yukon gold rush, Lonesome Bar (1909), to a translation of and commentary on Lao-tzu's philosophy, irreverently titled The...
(Sanskrit: “Recollection”), that class of Hindu sacred literature based on human memory, as distinct from Vedic literature, which is considered to be ruti,S or revealed.
www.britannica.com /search?query=recollection&submit=Find&source=MWTEXT   (383 words)

 CCR music   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Creedence Clearwater Revisited and Universal's Hip-O Records are proud to announce the reissue of the live double CD, RECOLLECTION.
RECOLLECTION features new live versions of many of the all time great Creedence Clearwater Revival hits and was recorded during one of the numerous powerhouse shows Revisited has performed since 1995.
RECOLLECTION was recorded in western Canada, the result of numerous requests from Revisited fans to make a CD available.
www.creedence-revisited.com /music.html   (350 words)

 Jim Wagner Training: Incident Recollection Card Request   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
An incident recollection card is an invaluable tool to help record critical information after a violent encounter.
It can be folded down to a business card size and kept in your wallet or purse until needed.
No portion of this website may be reproduced without express written permission.
www.jimwagnertraining.com /incident_recollection.html   (93 words)

 Kerry "Corrects Record," "Seared" Memory of Christmas in Cambodia Now "Mistaken ...
He has since corrected the record to say it was someplace on a river near Cambodia and he is certain that at some point subsequent to that he was in Cambodia.
My recollection, my understanding is he was not certain about that date.
This is B as in B, S as in S. This is one of the primary tools he used to gain a name for himself and whip up fury amongst the anti-war throngs back in the 70's: That the conflict in Vietnam was being "spread" into nearby Cambodia.
www.freerepublic.com /focus/f-news/1189380/posts   (2489 words)

 CD Baby: THE GUILD: ReCollection
ReCollection, their full-length debut, is a journey through the minds of the artists: Amen, Vertigone and Clever Rev. Topics range from alcoholism to self mastery and still defy most peoples preconception of conscious Hip Hop.
Their beats, crafted by 7 of Kansas City's veteran producers vary from the swelling strings of classical composition to the Boom Bap of the underground.
One of those albums that makes you believe in the underground scene and informs us all as to just how hot the stuff coming out of middle-america really is. I am partial to the various 'themes' throughout the album - short snippets that sum up each MC's character without using words.
www.cdbaby.com /cd/guild   (814 words)

 Custom Writing on Recollection: Fact or Fiction?
Brief essay on disagreement with assertion that knowledge is kept through recollection.
Cites Phaedo by Plato In Phaedo 73b to 77, Plato argues that learning is in fact recollection of knowledge because that since the soul existed in previous lives, it contains knowledge from previous lives.
While it does support the idea that a person can recollect knowledge from a current life, it does not support carrying knowledge from one life to another.
www.vipessays.com /termpaper/Recollection__Fact_or_Fiction-157740.html   (217 words)

 Aristotle (384-322 BCE): General Introduction [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
Memory is defined as the permanent possession of the sensuous picture as a copy which represents the object of which it is a picture.
Recollection, or the calling back to mind the residue of memory, depends on the laws which regulate the association of our ideas.
We trace the associations by starting with the thought of the object present to us, then considering what is similar, contrary or contiguous.
www.utm.edu /research/iep/a/aristotl.htm   (7037 words)

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