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Hi Vincent Campbell -
>Perhaps culture has little to do with the perception of the
>self and choice, and a lot more to do with behavioural algorithms like how
>fish move in shoals or birds fly in flocks. I think Wade may have suggested
>something like this, in our earlier discussion of such things.
Thanks, but it's far from only my idea. Culture could certainly be a
forest where we can't see around the trees.
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