retrospection

  1. reference to things past
  2. memory for experiences that are past

Retrospection

• (n.) The act, or the faculty, of looking back on things past.
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retrospection

(from the article `mind, philosophy of`) ...some states of mind cannot be introspected, but it does not follow that none can be introspected; they might still be private for all that. Ryle, ...
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retrospection

noun memory for experiences that are past; `some psychologists tried to contrast retrospection and introspection`
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Retrospection

Re`tro·spec'tion noun The act, or the faculty, of looking back on things past.
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retrospection

Act of talking about events that took place at a point in the past.
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retrospection

The act or process of surveying and reviewing the past. ... Origin: retro-+ L. Specto, pp. Spectatus, to look at ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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retrospection

Type: Term Pronunciation: ret′rō-spek′shŭn Definitions: 1. The act or process of surveying and reviewing the past.
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retrospection

[n] - reference to things past 2. [n] - memory for experiences that are past
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