Date: Sun 09 Mar 2003 - 01:02:00 GMT
> On Saturday, March 8, 2003, at 06:55 PM, memetics-digest wrote:
> > It could not replicate if it did not exist.
> It does not exist, culturally, until it is performed. And it can
> _only_ be 'replicated' (although I do not accept that term), after it
> is observed.
> Second strike.
It exists cognitively or it could not be performed. No cognition equals no culture. It can only be observed if it is performed, true, but it (as opposed to something else0 can only be performed according to plan, that is, a cognitive memetic template; otherwise memetic type identity ceases to exist, which is Occamically unmanageable as well as untrue.
> - Wade
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