The condition of regaining one's memory after a period of amnesia. The recollection of lost data. Plato's Theory of Recollection essentially states that all possible knowledge is preexistent in your memory from before you were born. Thus time and learning are illusions and merely the continuous process of anamnesia.

In other words, you already know and can recall all information; you just don't know that you know, or remember that you remember.

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