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From: salice (salice@gmx.net)
Date: Tue Oct 02 2001 - 23:56:49 BST

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    > >Culture lives in the brain. If you don't agree, say where else.
    > Culture is an emergent quality of social groupings, not a condition of
    > individual consciousness. Where does any quality live?

    Well i should have written "Culture lives in the brains".

    I mean it's obvious i think, when Bin Ladens admirers terrorize
    around their culture spans over their brains, their brains together
    build their culture. They have a common belief.

    The more brains are evolved the more complex this gets but in the end
    culturally action happens first in the brain. Real world action
    happens afterwards.

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