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From: "Lawrence DeBivort" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Thu, 16 May 2002 11:12:16 -0400
Subject: RE: pls direct me to a memetics list <eom>
> Ray, I am intrigued by the Santa Fe work, and others along those lines,
> haven't made a connection between it and memetics -- can you speculate
> a bit
> on what such a connection might be?
Well, both genes and memes are part of evolving, complexifying systems.
Kauffman and company are attempting to come up with some universal
characteristics of complex systems and determine the conditions under
which such systems arise.
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