Re: Memes in brain

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    From: Derek Gatherer

    > Somebody was making a point (it might have been you, Bill, possibly??)
    > even if memes can be demonstrated not to be in brains, they might be in
    > I just can't handle minds, I admit - everything I have ever been taught is
    > about analysing observables, and unfortunately minds aren't in that

    Are you sure about that? And if so, what is this "you" that's so positive?
    Not only do we constantly observe mentality, namely our own, but mentality
    is that which does the observing. It's not the eye that sees but the
    conscious mind.

    Ted Dace

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