Re: Verbal memeticism

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Date: Fri Nov 30 2001 - 02:27:50 GMT

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    Hi Philip A.E. Jonkers -

    >Therefore, everything made by humans is a meme. Although, meme-artifact
    >would be a better qualifier I think.

    It seems a little wiser to put the meme into an artefact than it does to
    put it into a mind.

    Artefacts are a hell of lot easier to find, although we know there's a
    mind in a human's body, uh, somewhere.... Don't we?

    >one does need material to be skeptical about first.

    Who's on first?

    - Wade

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