Re: La memetique a-t-elle change votre vie / Has memetics changed your life =?iso-8859-1?Q?=3F ?=

From: Pascal JOUXTEL (Pascal.Jouxtel@wanadoo.fr)
Date: Thu Jun 28 2001 - 21:11:07 BST

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    I am having a hard time with my mail account, and outlook express, but I read all your posts and thank you for your answers. Please just give me a few days...

    Pascal

    >Messsage du 18/06/2001 07:26
    >De : <memetics@mmu.ac.uk>
    >A : <memetics@mmu.ac.uk>
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    >Objet : Re: La memetique a-t-elle change votre vie / Has memetics changed your life ?
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    > >From: TJ Olney <market@cc.wwu.edu>
    > >Reply-To: memetics@mmu.ac.uk
    > >To: <memetics@mmu.ac.uk>
    > >Subject: Re: La memetique a-t-elle change votre vie / Has memetics changed
    > >your life ?
    > >Date: Sat, 16 Jun 2001 13:35:38 -0700 (Pacific Daylight Time)
    > >
    > >I was already aware of memetics without having a name for it as early as
    > >1974, when I first read a book comparing thoughts to viruses. The concept
    > >changed my life then and has continued to affect the way I think about
    > >things. It has served as a filtering device for many subsequent exposures
    > >to many more or less infectious memeplexes. The biggest filtering in
    > >terms of my own life was that I think I managed to fail to be fully
    > >"indoctrinated" by my PhD program, having already been infected with
    > >Batesonian notions of cretura and pleroma, I simply rejected notions that
    > >tried to assume cretura out of existence while learning the methods used
    > >for measuring pleroma.
    > >
    > Ah yes. Creatura and pleroma. What pray tell were these suppose to mean
    > again? Does one need to re-create Jung's mindset in _Seven Sermons to the
    > Dead_ to apprehend these elusive terms?
    >
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