From: Chris Taylor (email@example.com)
Date: Thu 02 Feb 2006 - 10:05:50 GMT
~Meme is my fault (I think...).
I needed a name for something that is structured like a meme in
that it consists of the kind of informational strutures that a
meme has when in your head, but that doesn't have to meet this
requirement of behaving like some sort of contagion. For
example, ideas that I have based on bits of other ideas are
~memes, but not memes, until I let them out of my head.
This is fundamental to the meme mind thing I push on a regular
basis. ~Meme is just something I try to throw into my horribly
bloated consciousness streams occasionally to flag that I don 't
quite mean what everyone else means by meme.
And I'd argue that its memes all the way down too; the interface
between prefrontal desires and premotor programs is easier if
both are informational patterns. But I won't go on about it :)
Kate Distin wrote:
> Jerry Bryson wrote:
>> On Jan 28, 2006, at 2:22 PM, Scott Chase wrote:
>>> Others might think more in terms of human psychological plasticity
>>> than you do, since memetics is naturally cultural in nature and might
>>> attract people wanting something different than the evolved innate
>>> pattern or modular mind approach of classic ethology and sociobiology
>>> through EP.
>> Somewhere along the way, I've missed what EP is.
> It's Evolutionary Psychology. While we're 'fessing up, could someone
> please tell me what a "~meme" (as opposed to a tilde-less meme)is?
> Thank you!
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