Psychology. the retentive basis or basic principle in a mind or organism accounting for memory.
(initial capital letter)Classical Mythology. the Muse of memory, one of the original three Muses.
- mne·mic [nee-mik], /ˈni mɪk/, adjective
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How to use mneme in a sentence
The sum of the hereditary and individual engrams thus produced in a living organism is designated by the term mneme.
Semon also shows that the phenomena of regeneration in the embryo, as well as those of the adult, obey the law of the mneme.
The mental faculties of animal species, as well as their physical characters, depend on their ancestral hereditary mneme.
I refer the reader to what has been said concerning the mneme (Chapter I).
There is episteme, which is connected with stasis, as mneme is with meno.Cratylus | Plato