Re: Grad program on memetics?

From: Chris Taylor (
Date: Thu 07 Oct 2004 - 22:54:10 GMT

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    Cheers, Chris.

    sabda nih wrote:

    > Hi everyone!
    > My name is paul from Jakarta, I think it's my first writing in this
    > forum although I've been reading it for some months. I've been studying
    > memetics and doing some not-so-serious researches on memetics for the
    > last 3 yrs. I wonder, is there any graduate program on memetics, perhaps
    > memetics studies, or applied memetics (I call it memetics engineering).
    > I'm interested in memes-based knowledge classification, or applying
    > memetics for mass-education/public-education, or do a specific research
    > on scientific memes. Let me know if any of you ever heard of it.
    > By the way I have some unanswered questions on scientific memes:
    > How do you guys think of scientific memes? Can we put them in the same
    > group as other memes? I found several interesting behaviors which
    > significantly distinguish them from the other types of memes, in fact it
    > seems that in my opinion I can't claim them to be selfish-memes which
    > consequently they possess some non-memetics behaviors.
    > Thanks
    > Paul sabda
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