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On Saturday, February 16, 2002, at 05:50 , Steve Drew wrote:
> As you may be aware i am not too keen on behaviour only, as i feel it
> reduces us to automata. Nothing wrong with a dose of skepticism though.
Actually, I really see no mechanism that reduces us to automata from the
After all, all I am saying is that _memes_ are behavior, not that all of
our behaviors are automatic or reducible.
And memes are behaviors that have a large and complex process (the
meme-factory) churning them out, and that factory is complex and
indeterminate- it is the brain/mind.
And it is a stance, a perspective, not a declaration.
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