Date: Thu 17 Oct 2002 - 00:26:50 GMT
> On Wednesday, October 16, 2002, at 07:15 , email@example.com
> > Observation (of an external action by the conscious self-awareness
> > that resides in the brain) and acceptance (as worthy to be
> > remembered by that conscious self-awareness) (in other words, willed
> > internalization) are indeed required for subsequent performance (for
> > the internalized memory to be accessed and acted upon).
> Shared ground. Are these 'willed internalizations' the memes of which
> you speak? The 'subsequent performance' is, well, the meme of which I
> speak, but, I agree with the process, with this caveat-
> - I'm not sure memories require acceptance as discussed, but, perhaps
> within the memetic process they do. All of this, of course, needs to
> be shown.
One has to be able to remember a significance, that is, to internalize and store it, in order to subsequently produce another token of its type.
And Jeremy; I think we are being succinct, and furthermore, that the
conversation is both instructive and well within the purview of this list.
As opposed to the MR horror (backing up slowly and making a crucifix
with my fingers...).
> - Wade
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