From: Keith Henson (email@example.com)
Date: Sun 02 Mar 2003 - 07:43:46 GMT
At 01:50 AM 02/03/03 -0500, Scott wrote:
>I try not to shoehorn everything into terms of memetics. There's more to
>human behavior than the simplistic passing of Darwinized cultural units
>from brain to brain.
It is darned important because our culture sets us apart and gives humans
such an edge that we occupy virtually every part of the earth's surface.
But I agree. It is a major error to attempt to extend memetics too far.
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