From: Richard Brodie (email@example.com)
Date: Mon 09 Jun 2003 - 22:02:38 GMT
<<Thanks for the correction. Nonetheless, memetics has itself become a
virulent meme according to which culture can be reduced to self-replicating
particles without regard to human agency. This is certainly the view
espoused by Blackmore, who refers to humans as nothing more than "meme
An aerial view of the spectators exiting a football stadium after the final
gun shows a very predictable pattern of the crowds moving out. Yet each of
those individuals has human agency.
The two points of view are not incompatible.
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