Re: A meme is...

From: Jeremy Bradley (
Date: Thu 17 Oct 2002 - 02:28:49 GMT

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    At 07:34 PM 16/10/02 -0500, you wrote:
    >...a mental predisposition to engage in instances of certain behaviors
    >more frequently than one might engage in them in its absence.
    What about reproduction and interpersonal or transgenerational movement Joe. Also, IMHO, the 'mental predispossession' of which you write is a culturally specific creation which is passed from the amorphus culture onto the recipient as a subtle 'formwork' for social contract. Yours is only a fragment of a definition. Pleeeese think more and write less or I, and others, will filter you out. Jeremy

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