Date: Wed 25 Jun 2003 - 20:48:38 GMT
From: "Van oost Kenneth"
<firstname.lastname@example.org> To: <email@example.com> Subject: Re: Precision of replication Date sent: Wed, 25 Jun 2003 22:21:16 +0200 Send reply to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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> > > Replication/ prolification are induced by the venue in which you
> > > live, can be a result of the emotional state you were in, what
> > > kind of people you meet, what kind of people you talked to,
> > > etc...but all those examples are part of some venue which acts as
> > > agents, it reacts and evolves along the way, it influences. And
> > > all of the unfortunate replications are too part of a venue,
> > > prompted or not, being part of the atheist- side of the coin I am
> > > prompted any- way to disgard salvation, what matters wether the
> > > meme/ information can convince me or you to change sides....
> > When one is forced to expand the concept of venue to include the
> > not- yet-but-soon-to-be communicated memes in the memeplexures or
> > cognitive gestalts of one's interlocuters, the concept of venue
> > itself has lost all currency and value.
> <You don 't have to ! Just take into account there are such ' future
> memes ' present, already influencing others, reacting upon and
> evolving.... I already talked you about this in earlier posts, it is,
> at least IMHO, of importance to know that what you do is important for
> the opertional schema of cultural evolution, but what you don 't do is
> of equal impor- tance, you need both sides.
> Acting in cases of an emergency is important, but doing nothing and
> letting experts do their jobs is of equal importance........
But the decision to either act or not to act is itself not an action, but a decision, that is, it is cognitive and internal.
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