Date: Wed 30 Oct 2002 - 18:54:45 GMT
> On Thursday, October 24, 2002, at 12:41 , Bill Spight wrote:
> > it is not clear that you have cultural
> > transfer simply by transferring meanings.
> Which makes any internal considerations irrelevant to the performance
> _as_ performance (meme), as the performance transfers things that
> might not have been intended _at any point_ by the performer.
> The meme is the performance. An observer may attempt to perform it
> again. That is the basis of cultural transmission.
How can the observer do so after the passage of time unless (s)he has stored it in meme-ory? The short answer is: (s)he can't.
> - Wade
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