"The idea that memory is not a single mental faculty has a long and interesting history but became a topic of experimental and biologic inquiry only in the mid-20th Century. It is now clear that there are different kinds of memory which are supported by different brain systems." Neuroscience Professor Larry Squire of UCSD, "Conscious and Unconscious Memory Systems" from Learning and Memory edited by Professor Eric Kandel of Columbia University
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"Learning is to a man as the leaves and branches are to a tree, and it can be said that he should not be without it. Learning is not only reading books, however, but is rather something that we study to integrate with our own way of life... a man can divide his mind into three parts: he should throw out those thoughts that are evil, take up those ideas that are good, and become intimate with his own wisdom… I would honor and call wise the man who penetrates this principle, though he lacks knowledge of a single Chinese character." Japanese Daimyo Takeda Shingen or his brother Takeda Nobushige