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I think you'll find that long serving people on this list are inherently
engaged with memetics questions, even if the term itself isn't routinely
used. Part of the reason for this is the persistent definitional dispute
over what memes are, and the longer you're on this list, the more these
arguments go round and round in circles. More productive, IMHO, is the
discussion of a range of events/issues/ideas which might enable application
of memetic ideas, and recently that's actually what's been going on.
If you're unable to see this, then perhaps you haven't completed your
required training young padawan...
Besides, in a virtual community like this one, it would be impossible not to
come to discuss the events of Sep 11th, and other events in some shape or
> From: Tom Potocki
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> Subject: pls direct me to a memetics list <eom>
> can anyone direct me to a list where people
> ***actually*** discuss memetics? (i am starting to
> suspect this isnt the place).
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