From: Bill Spight (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Sun 20 Mar 2005 - 16:44:22 GMT
>> OK. I meant that the spoked wheel is the realization of an idea,
>> not a representation of an idea, per se. (BTW, I do not think that
>> the genotype-phenotype distinction works well with memes, as there
>> is no segregated germ line.)
>> Is a blueprint, being a representation, a meme, by your definition?
> Yes - and/or potentially contains several memes.
How do you deal with the fact that a spoked wheel, say, for a
horse-drawn cart circa 1500, was sufficiently simple and manifest to
serve as a blueprint?
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