From: Robin Faichney (email@example.com)
Date: Sun 24 Jul 2005 - 08:59:25 GMT
Friday, July 22, 2005, 12:59:59 AM, Keith wrote:
>>...the memes and the minds
>>that act upon them.
> I would put it the other way around. Memes more often act on minds than
> minds act on them.
Asking whether memes act on minds or vice versa is like asking what
determines the course of a stream: the force of the water or the
nature of the land.
Of course that doesn't impinge on your main points, with which I have a
lot of sympathy.
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