Re: Memes inside brain

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    Dear Robin,

    > >
    > > I gather from that that you agree that, assuming memes reside in brains,
    > > they are not transmitted by imitation (necessarily). Right?
    > I really think you have it wrong when you suggest that a delay means
    > transmission is not by imitation. The recipient does not, by that
    > theory, receive the meme by imitating the behaviour.

    Could you provide a reference that makes that clear?

    It would also be nice to know by what means they claim that memes are
    transmitted, if not by imitation.



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