Insights, Everything, Academics / November 21, 2016 /

Last week we have seen how the European rhetoricians followed the E.N.A.P. principle and thus guaranteed the presentation to be a convincing, captivating and memorable experience. Today, in our final Mnemonics blog of this multi-blog series we will focus on…

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Everything, Academics / November 14, 2016 /

Last week, we have introduced to you the structure of study E.N.A.P and the art of learning. Today we will continue with E.N.A.P. – the art of speaking and see how European rhetoricians followed a specific structural with a general guideline…

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Everything, Academics, Experience / November 2, 2016 /

Last week, we could underpin Quintilian’s remark on the exceptional reliability of our spatial and episodic memory with the insights of neuroscience as well as understand why a lived architectural surrounding is thus ideally suited for being employed in the methodical…

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Everything, Academics, Experience / October 31, 2016 /

Last week we’ve introduced Simonides’ Method of Loci as well as established how to train memory after Cicero’s method. Today, with the aid of neuroscience we will try and have a further look at Quintilian’s remark on the exceptional reliability…

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Everything, Academics / October 24, 2016 /

Last week we’ve explained Quintilian’s meaning for “the treasury of eloquence” as well as went back and saw how important memory was for the Greek and Roman rhetoricians. Today, we will not only tell you the story of how two…

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