From: Scott Chase (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 14 Apr 2005 - 03:11:15 GMT
--- Keith Henson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> But of
> course memes originate
> in human minds, most often when the human is trying
> to deal with some real
> world problem and figures out, creates, etc a new
> way to do something.
Yes memes do originate in human minds as a way of looking at some real world problem. And you're right that they have been created to do something.
> I can't imagine the origin of memes being a problem.
Not at all. Dawkins (1976). They sprang like demon spawn from his mind as he coined them. How novel they are is another matter entirely.
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