Date: Thu 31 Oct 2002 - 20:55:32 GMT
> On Thursday, October 31, 2002, at 03:32 , firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Memes are irretrieveably semantic, that is, they are patterns which
> > encode meaning in the mind. They also cause it to be encoded in
> > behavior (both demonstration and communication, although
> > communication is a second-level encoding, that is, an encoding of an
> > encoding).
> Meanings might or might not be encoded in the mind, but I see no need
> to memeify them.
> But, the processes of the mind are very much in dispute- I'd rather
> leave them to another discipline.
We can't, for that is where memes are stored. Memes are, precisely, that subset of memories which we pass on to other minds via demonstration or communication.
> - Wade
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