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> Behaviour is generated by the interaction between
> environment and mind/brain. But I don't see anything there to suggest
> that memes should be considered beliefs/ideas. How do these get from
> one brain/mind to another?
And also, what says anything has to be there to get from one
place to another, anywho? _If_ behavior is something generated
by the interaction between environment and mind, then, in the
same environment populated with the same species, _then_ same
behaviors.... Nothing else needed to fit- no cracks.
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