From: Douglas Brooker (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 15 May 2003 - 15:01:52 GMT
> >> But- in the case of the performance model, memes are not only
> >> evidential and non-abstract, but absolute and defined with certain
> >> rigidity. They are not assumptions about the way a mind, or minds,
> >> work, but a working theory about the process of cultural evolution,
> >> the level of quantum units.
> >the reference to quantum suggests the idea that a meme may be one
> >certain conditions and another thing under different conditions.
> You don't want to carry the analogy with quantum physics too far!
I'm not sure whether the whole exercise isn't a grand analogy or
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