From: Kenneth Van Oost (email@example.com)
Date: Fri 08 Apr 2005 - 18:27:59 GMT
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From: Scott Chase <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> What could appear clear cut when comparing
> performances might turn into a mess when looking at
> what led to similar behaviors in different people,
> each carrying a personal history that makes them
> unique. I don't doubt that stuff is going on in the
> brain that results in imitated behaviors, but I wonder
> what's actually going on internally that leads to
> these behaviors and I'm hesitant to attach a label
> such as "meme" to it.
<< Each performance of swaying the bat is in its own right,
yes indeed, unique, and the behaviors in different people quite
the same, but isn 't the overall performance- the way of swaying
the bat- not the same !?
Taking into account the knowledge of your analogy, isn 't the
driving for all museumdwellers not the same, even we take every starting
point; every bump in the road; any given time into account !?
The marker we look at is different, so is the driving than not the
( the meme) we must look at !? Reaching the museum is then not the ' meme ', the driving to get to it in the first place would be !?
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