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On Tuesday, May 14, 2002, at 12:17 , Steve Drew wrote:
> it is difficult to know
> what to leave out when looking at culture and memetics.
I would like to know what the forum here considers valid to
leave out of studies of culture (and memetics- which is a
proposed mechanism of culture, after all....)
Personally, I'd like to leave out any and all references or
studies of chain letters- but that's a bias of mine.
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