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> Date: 10 Mar 2002 10:38:29 -0700
> From: Ned Wolpert <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: Rumsfeld Says He May Drop New Office of Influence
> Yes, but only for the few; its not widely available in current education
> systems. (Least here in the USA) In general, philosophy seems to be
> dying, but that may be just my perspective. =20
No philosophy is not dying. Its just moved from the ivory towers to the
streets and ghettos. People will always question 'why am i here' etc, and
long may people ask questions.
> What 'meme' do we use to spread the concept of 'meme' to the public so
> that the public realizes this reality of thought and desires education
> on the topic, rather than force education onto them? And how does one
> (if one can) prevent the topic from degrading into a 'racist' or
> 'anti-idea' direction?
> The short of it is this: "I think I understand memes, but now what?"
> - --=20
If you understand memes please give me a few lessons. After 3 years i'm
still discovering new things :-)
> Ned Wolpert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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