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> It seems to me to be as much a discussion about the boundaries of
>memetic influence as it is to do with perceptions about basic human nature.
>In other words, what aspects of human behaviour are products of natural
>selection, and continue to be governed by that, and what (if any) are
>from biologically adaptive restrictions, and are open to cultural factors?
> I honestly don't know where I stand on that general point. I think
>I'm probably closer to the ep/sociobiology lot, especially on thngs like
>territoriality and conflict, but I'm not a fully paid up member of that
>group. Some on the list are though.
Where do I send my dues?
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