From: Lawrence DeBivort (email@example.com)
Date: Tue 27 Jan 2004 - 20:57:08 GMT
Defined that way, I don't think culturgens are the same as memes.
The thing that distinguishes memes, as we use the term, is their
self-disseminating and self-defending properties. If I understand the
snippet of definition below correctly, 'culturgen' does not specifically
address these properties.
> > For example, "culturgen" has the exact same meaning as meme.
> > Lecture 14 – Culture and Evolution
> > ... Culture consists of bits of information sometimes called culturgens.
> > · Culturgens can be spread both horizontally and vertically ...
> > www.wsu.edu/~jrasic/lec14.htm - 63k - Cached - Similar pages
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