From: Van oost Kenneth (email@example.com)
Date: Mon 26 Jan 2004 - 08:13:17 GMT
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From: "M Lissack" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Some ideas thrive some ideas do not. What is that
> distinguishes them? What is the mechanism for their
> thriving or failing?
<< On how and why or what for and how many times a meme/
performance is/ has been or will be repeated.
> Memes as replicator is an assertion that the meme is
> its own cause for replication. Idea as "Final Cause"
> if you will. But what distinguishes the causes
> between successful and unsuccessful memes?
<< A good or a bad performance would do the trick in
the specific cultural/ social environment needed for its
propagation/ replication/ performation.
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