Do we LEARN new experiences, or just REMEMBER them?

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    Aristotle said "Learning is Remembering"

    The chemicals and proteins in your brains change due to electrical signals and these changes become somewhat more permanent the more consistent the sittuation. These changes alter your perception and your behavior, that is leaning.

    It is also that you notice your changed perception and behavior, that is remembering.

    Makes you wonder if we can not be taught or learn anything that we are told enough, and the answer is yes, exactly.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I just belive in REMEMBER.

    Let me back this with reasons.

    1. If we see our mythological stories(Hindu-India) we see God's travel using flights made of swan, peacock, etc.

    now:

    In this century right brothers invented the flight.

    2. During the war sessions of ancient days stories say, the warriors used bows which will transfer itself to various creatures or multi dimensional weopens.

    now:

    Still we are in stage of exploring missles and Rockets. Our war technology is not so high fi compared to the previous fact. In the olden days war front (as stories say) they had capabilities of embedding creatures or multiwepons into a slim arrow..

    still we are for away from that kind of that process..

    finally i like to conclude..

    The Universal database contains all the information.

    This information is transferred to each and every individual born in this world.

    It is only situations, lifestyle, needs,experience and various other triggers which really cooks and fetch out the content which is already available in the database.

    So i wish to conclude all the new experiences are Remebered or recalled...

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  • 1 decade ago

    we first Experience experiences. After the experience, it is up to the experiencee to learn from that situation or not. Then we will always remember the outcome of the experience. That's why i think experience is our best teacher.

    Source(s): the Heuristic.
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  • 1 decade ago

    You remember them after you learn them.

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  • 1 decade ago

    i don't about you ,but i experience them and then remember them there after, of course if there is some thing to be learnt from them i mostly will.

    God bless,

    gabe

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