From: Grant Callaghan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue 10 Dec 2002 - 15:47:12 GMT
>Date: Tue, 10 Dec 2002 07:35:41 -0500
>On Monday, December 9, 2002, at 08:56 PM, Grant Callaghan wrote:
>>So when you look at it, there is no way we can defensibly call the spread
>>of memes a Darwinian process. I don't even think we can call it
>>Lamarkian, now that I think about it. I doubt that either of them
>>envisioned anything like what is going in here.
>There's the rub.
>The distribution of memetic material, if you will, is markedly different
>from the distribution of genetic material.
>Memetics is the sex of culture. And it is all the vices and all the
>What we need is a de Sade of memetics- someone who has envisioned these
I wish I could oblige you, but these days even thinking about sex tires me.
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