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ST 31 – Season 1 EP 006: The Sum of One’s Memories
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Quote by ―Subject ACR: “What is a man but the sum of his memories? We a”
Posts asking questions such as "what order should I play the games in? Visit our FAQ and search for older posts on the subject before asking non-discussion questions. It's probably been answered before. Check out Frequently Asked Questions first. In my opinion, this is one of the most memorable quotes in the series. These words were spoken by Clay Kaczmarek, who sacrificed himself to save good ol' Dezy from being deleted in the Animus.
In your own words, what do you think this quote meant?
All answers are welcome, there is no wrong answer. We are all made up of our memories no one person has the same, these make us who we are and how we a perceived by others. I think he is saying a man is just the body the carrier it is his memory's and actions that define him. We are the stories we live, the tales we tell ourselves!
What makes people special are their stories. Stories can be written down, but we primarily remember them. Our experiences are totally unique to us. Our perspective and outlook throughout our lives is special to us and only us. You can explain and event to someone or show them a video but they will never have the memory that you have. I think it speaks to the uniqueness of the Animus and the bleeding effect.
Somebody like 16 who spends countless hours living the memories of others begins to lose who they are because their memories are not their own. Could be an interesting outlook to take towards the series and video games in general as players spend so much time in the world of others that the experiences we have within games and TV and movies can become just as real and impactful as experiences within our reality. We experience the bleeding effect every time we let the worlds of video games effect our lives outside of them. Every time we cry for a TV character or get upset over a movie, we live the bleeding effect.
I'm sure there are plenty of interpretations, but I assume that there is one meaning that actually makes completely sense in the situation the quote is said. Clay is sacrificing himself in order to save Desmond. By saying "What is a man but the sum of his memories" he makes the sacrifice both for him and Desmond easier, because in his opinion, he is never truly dead as long as his memories live on - in this case literally in Desmond. If you think about it, Clay was already dead at this point and the 'thing' that lived in the Black Room was basically just I remember in AC1 at the end, written in blood was something along the lines of "We are all books, each containing memories".
Well it's rather easy to interpret, isn't it. A person's memories are what shapes their character.
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At least that's what I get from it. We are not born with a set personality, we learn through our experiences and thereby learn how to behave and who we are.