Re: Logic

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    > > Memes are indeed, of course associated with thought and IMO we
    > > have to stop applying ' genetic- like ' explanations to describe the
    > > memes themselves and the processes where they are involved in.

    When he first coined the term, Dawkins located "memes" in the brain. If the
    brain is reducible to genes, then memes are functions of genes. But if the
    brain is informed by past, similar brains, then memes are patterns of
    neurotransmission that follow habitually from previous, similar patterns.


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