From: Keith Henson (email@example.com)
Date: Fri 20 Feb 2004 - 03:48:25 GMT
At 10:29 AM 20/02/04 +1100, Steven wrote:
>If anyone claims to be explaining social life, the first thing they need
>to do is to lay out what they are trying to explain. What are the
>phenomena that constitute social life? This requires both investigation
>and a long conversation with sociology. To begin with the assumption that
>there are memes and then to look around to see what it explains (and to
>turn a blind eye to what it doesn't) is to approach matters back to front
After this post I am beginning to wonder if meta analysis along the lines
of a certain former poster is appropriate?
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