Re: The Status of Memetics as a Science

From: Robin Faichney (
Date: Sat Apr 21 2001 - 16:23:29 BST

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    >> How does faith in memetics as a science fit in there?
    > Hi, Robin, if that question is for me, I don't have think of memetics as a
    > science (not that it might not be approached as such by others), and have
    > faith in neither science nor memetics, if I understand your use of the term
    > 'faith' correctly.

    What I meant was faith that memetics will, or at least has the potential
    to, become a science.

    Robin Faichney
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