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Hi Steve Drew -
>If you're running on 'auto', then your reactions are those that
>are hard wired, or constitute a repetitive learned behaviour -
- or a meme- that is, a culturally learned behavior that is responsive,
with preceding intentional and organizational processes (of mind).
And there, I just did a definition of sorts.
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