RE: The Status of Memetics as a Science

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    >From: Vincent Campbell <>
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    >Subject: RE: The Status of Memetics as a Science
    >Date: Wed, 25 Apr 2001 14:35:56 +0100
    > <Without religion you wouldn't have Bach's music.>
    > I don't think Bach makes up for the Inquisition.
    Now there's a contrast. We have the gamut from the wondrous beauty of
    religious art and architecture to the horrid application of religious dogma.
    Mostly, I'd assume, religious activity occupies points betwixt the two
    extremes, but some of the music (Gregorian and Buddhist chants for example)
    and artistic productions (stained glass, statues and temples) should be
    given their due.

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