From: M Lissack (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 01 Feb 2004 - 14:54:31 GMT
Your very question provides the answer. The cause is
"you" reacting to the influences on you. The influences are not the cause.
--- "Joel.M Dimech" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Michael Lissack wrote : "memes are not causal at
> the level of human behavior"
> Could you clear your point ? Let's take an example,
> suppose for a while that you are not male but
> female, very likely and since you are 3 years old
> you are encountering sexism. Would you be the same
> social person as you actually are, would you have
> done the same things ?
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