Date: Sun 03 Nov 2002 - 07:33:04 GMT
> On Sunday, November 3, 2002, at 12:45 , email@example.com wrote:
> > But the brain is the only place in which memes may reside between
> > multiple performances of them; it is where the meme-type is stored
> > between exhibitions of tokens of it.
> The perceptions of pemes are stored in memory, which is the brain.
> I do not deny the workings of the brain, at all.
> I just don't presume to know them, or call them names before I do.
What is stored in the brain, that is, peme-perceptions, would have to be memes. They arre a subset of our memories, which is what the cortical container contains (among other things).
> > All perception involves action, and vice-versa, so to deny one
> > component of the system in order to absolutize the other is to
> > separate in theory what is perpetually conjoined in practice
> I totally agree with this. I do not separate them in any way. I still
> fail to see how you can think I do.
> - Wade
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