From: Van oost Kenneth (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sat 24 May 2003 - 14:34:52 GMT
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> The transmitter/performer knows what the recipient/observer may not
> yet know, and thereon lies the possibility of memetic
> transmission/reception of encoded semantic content. And where is this
> knowledge retained prior to performance, and where is it assimilated
> subsequent to being opbserved? Internally, within the cognitive
> gestalts of the transmitter and recipient, respectively.
It is retained within the venue of which it eventually will be part.
You can look at this as they were ' future memes ', not yet expressed,
but already present waiting to emerge.
There is always knowledge not yet known, always ideas not yet thought
off, behaviors not yet observed, performances not yet expressed, inter-
pretions not yet processed, conclusions not yet commented upon,....
It is assimilated in and within the venue, it becomes part of the venue,
it becomes part of the then anew grundnorm.
The cognitive gestalt is just a part of the venue.
You have ' evolution ' all the time...
A wonderful concept and not so hard to understand once you get the
hang of it.....
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