From: Philip Jonkers (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue 21 Jan 2003 - 13:20:25 GMT
A quick glance at what the internet has to say about this book learns that it seems like a pretty interesting book indeed. Would you recommend it to us? And why isn't he too thrilled about `speculative memetics? What about non-speculative memetics (if there is such a thing)?
>This is kind of a test post since I've had three posts bounce since late
>I've been reading through Paul Ehrlich's recent book _Human Natures: Genes,
>Cultures, and the Human Prospect_ (2000/2002, Penguin Books paperback
>edition, New York). Quite an informative read, but I notice in a footnoted
>comment that Ehrlich is not overly enthusiastic about speculative memetics.
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>Journal of Memetics - Evolutionary Models of Information Transmission
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