From: Philip Jonkers (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 15 May 2003 - 12:23:30 GMT
>> The fact of memes does not exclude the fact of performances or of
>> agents, objectives, participants, media, and processes.
>But, it does, if you define 'meme' as 'memeinthemind'.
No it doesn't, because `memesinthemind' gives rise to, governs and lies
at the heart of all elements in culture. Taking away the `memesinthemind' is like taking away the engine in a car.
>...a meme is the quantum unit (the smallest quantity of some
>property that a system can possess) of cultural evolution.
Do you by any chance mean the hallucination of a meme being atomistic?
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