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> To be cultural it must be passed on. Culture is not something
> individuals have, communities have them, societies have them.
> Culture is a plural concept, it requries more than one individual. Hence,
> if memes are units of culture, whether that be cultural transmission or
> cultural inheritance, then there are distinct in that regard.
Oh well, so not one brain decides to spread a meme so 100000. What's
the point? People decide, brains decide still.
Just because you write Culture or Society it does not mean that we
get a way from human brains, let it be 100000.
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