Date: Thu 22 May 2003 - 20:21:57 GMT
> On Thursday, May 22, 2003, at 02:57 PM, Joe wrote:
> > You try to deny the internal by
> > attempting to claim that neural nets are external, a 'cultural
> > venue', because that's where memories are stored.
> No, that is not where memories are stored. Memories reside in human
> brains. Artifacts are records or results of performances. Again, you
> fail to incorporate or understand the elements of the performance
> What is external in the cultural venue is what and where the performer
> and the observer are, nothing more, but, oh, that is so, so, much.
Yes, human memories are stored in human brains, including the subclass of communicable memories, or memes.
> - Wade
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