Re: The Status of Memetics as a Science

From: Wade T.Smith (
Date: Sat Apr 21 2001 - 17:19:31 BST

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    Hi J. R. Molloy -

    >In further support of your comments, I'd add that a scientific understanding
    >of memetics can help humanity to avoid the kind of misuse practiced by
    >propagandists. The dismissal of memetics by social commentators serves to
    >it a more powerful tool in the hands of miscreants (in my meme-ridden

    Although I still haven't got the foggiest notion of what JR means by his
    use of 'analog', I do, extremely, agree with him about this.

    - Wade

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