Re: Memes inside brain

From: Kenneth Van Oost (
Date: Sun Oct 07 2001 - 16:57:33 BST

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    From: Bill Spight <>
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    Sent: Friday, October 05, 2001 12:54 AM
    Subject: Re: Memes inside brain
    > Please do not assume that imitation is copying, nor that imitation is
    > the only way that memes are reproduced. Consider the complaint of the
    > young mother that she is treating her children in ways that her mother
    > treated her that she hates. This is a fairly clear case of memetic
    > inheritance, but there is no evidence of imitation.

    Hi Bill,

    How do you see this memetic inheritance come about !?
    Do genes play a role and if yes, how without any former, than " her mother "
    memetical input in her child !?
    There has to be some memetic input somewhere, no !? Where and how !?



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