Re: memes and sexuality

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Date: Fri Apr 20 2001 - 15:36:25 BST

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    > Well, I think it's more than slightly questionable, but we'll let that one
    > lie. Certainly your other point is right, but indicative of just how many
    > idealistic and politically correct ideologues are out there, given the
    > responses to evolutionary psychology from some quarters.
    > Vincent

    Yes, evolutionary psychology, if it does nothing else, at least provides a way
    of identifying PC ideologues by their protests. The PC meme system competes
    with religion as an impediment to human progress.

    Best regards,

    --J. R.

    Useless hypotheses:
     consciousness, phlogiston, philosophy, vitalism, mind, free will, qualia,
    analog computing, cultural relativism

         Everything that can happen has already happened, not just once,
         but an infinite number of times, and will continue to do so forever.
         (Everything that can happen = more than anyone can imagine.)

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