To me, what is most exciting about this book is its demonstration that good philosophy and good science are not incompatible, that philosophy can inform science… and that science can inform philosophy.—Metapsychology Online Reviews—
[T]his work has led me to consider questions that I had never thought about in my four decades of memory research. This is an essential book for anyone interested in memory.
Michaelian’s book is a very valuable contribution to the small, but growing, philosophical literature on what is perhaps the most intriguing of the various phenomena involved in remembering.
—Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
…crisp and impressive.
—The Philosophical Quarterly
Mental Time Travel is a comprehensive look at the metaphysics, epistemology, and evolution of episodic memory that will be of interest to philosophers and psychologists alike.