How Memories Persist Where Bodies and Even Brains Do Not

“Our memories, our tastes, our life knowledge, might owe just as much to embodied cells and tissues using the same molecular mechanisms for memory as the brain itself. The mind, I conclude, is fluid and adaptable, embodied but not enskulled.”
Thomas R. Verny, Canadian psychiatrist, writer, and academic, parsing research that suggests memory persists outside the brain

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