Re: meme as catalytic indexical

From: Price, Ilfryn (
Date: Mon 26 Jan 2004 - 13:12:18 GMT

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    Keith to Mile Lissack

    >If you have something
    that makes better sense in understanding changes in the social world around us, by all means give it a name and make a case that it does a better job helping to understand the world than the concept of replicating elements of culture (memes).>

    Mikes case gets close to suggesting that replication of semiotic signs does a better job of understanding the world, than does the replication of imitated behaviours. A memetics which engages with and adds an evolutionary perspective to a wider body of theory on broadly social construction.

    In haste more on this debate when I have time


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