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It seems obvious that various feelings (various kinds of afectivity) are memorized, forgotten, and recollected to various degrees. Some of them are forgotten. Some of those forgotten can be recollected, while others are lost forever. For example, short and long-lasting feelings and shallow and deep feelings are memorized and remembered in diferent ways. In this paper I analyse from a conceptual point of view several categories of memory-of-feelings and ofer a comprehensive map of them. In the end, the richness of categories in the realm of memory is interpreted as a proof of the intricacy of afectivity.
7 A Tentative Conclusion
In my paper I have taken a conceptual path. I wanted to draw categorial distinctions pertaining to the way various kinds of emotions are remembered. To this end I have tried to shed light on some basic distinctions relevant to the memory of afectivity. First I brought under consideration as many categories as seemed possible. Next I proceeded to a conceptual reduction. I presented my framework of categories as hypothetical and tentative rather than a frm and defnitive taxonomy. The proposal is to be tested but what looks certain to me is that the realm of memory of afectivity is another feld in which the intricacy of afectivity27 is manifest. Its intricacy lets us admit that without being homogeneous afectivity is still one class or family of mental phenomena. From this angle my framework can contribute, I hope, to a multidimensional model of afectivity, more promising by itself than a one-dimensional model, which too often ends in contradictions and/or leads current debates on afectivity to insolvable aporias.