Re: Memes inside brain

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Date: Mon Oct 08 2001 - 01:07:35 BST

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    Dear Kenneth,

    > > What I mean is that the memes for treating her children were passed on
    > > to her *before* she enacted them in real life. This second enactment may
    > > be called imitation, but it is *not* the imitation by which the memes
    > > are inherited. That's my point.
    > Hi Bill,
    > How would you describe/ explain " before " !?

    All I mean is earlier in time.

    > How comes " before " about !?
    > Genetical, memetical, both, in combination !?
    > Imitation by which memes are inherited !?
    > That 's new.... I am all ears !!!!!!!!

    Pardon me, but I thought that the orthodox view was that memes are
    inherited by imitation. What's new about that?



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