RE: transmission

From: Richard Brodie (
Date: Wed 14 May 2003 - 18:15:46 GMT

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    Scott wrote:

    <<Fact of memes? A rather bold statement that is. I'd rather see it as
    "presupposition (or assumption) of memes".>>

    OK, those are synonymous in my view.

    <<Is there sufficient reason to assume that ideas are isomorphic between individuals? If so, provide some here:>>

    First you'll have to explain what you mean by an idea being isomorphic.

    <<I don't see Wade as raising a straw man, but raising healthy objection.>>

    As far as I can tell, glancing at it repeatedly over the years, his objection is mere equivocation.

    Richard Brodie

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