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In what he characterizes as a small treatise on time, Aug (L' cole des Hautes tudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris) argues that oblivion is necessary both to society and to the individual, because people must know how to forget in order to taste the full flavor of the present, of the moment, and of the expectation. They must also, he says, forget the"
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