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>From: "Philip A.E. Jonkers" <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: Verbal memeticism
>Date: Fri, 23 Nov 2001 15:56:42 -0800
>On Friday 23 November 2001 04:37 pm, you wrote:
> > Hi Joe E. Dees -
> > >Not only is everything verbal memetic, but everything
> > >technological possesses a memetic component, as well.
> > Is this ubiquity not a problem?
>Yes, it is not a problem...
If you're going into the fray with your mind already made up, convinced of
the conclusion, I suppose you're right then.
Some of us aren't convinced of the veracity or utility of memetics even for
the minor stuff like hula hoops, so sweeping everything into the memetic
basket might result in raising some hackles.
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