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On Monday, February 18, 2002, at 01:19 , Francesca S. Alcorn wrote:
> there has to be a word that recognizes processes that function
> across/at all levels of complexity.
It might be called sociobiology.
Which, IMHO, answers almost all of memetics' questions, goes on to ask
and answer a few more, and gets cold shouldered as a result.
Which is a pity, because it doesn't disclaim memetics at all. It just
puts it in a rather smaller place than it might want to be.
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