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Hi Joe Dees -
>This is cognitively akin to finally getting into a factory and obtaining a
>schematic for a mechanism within it.
Of course what's strange here with our two viewpoints, is, yes, I totally
agree with you.
I just don't think any real behaviors are found there, just the machinery
to make them.
The car emerges from the factory.
Memetic behavior is just as much an emergent quantity of the recursive
mind of homo sapiens as its existence is an emergence from its material
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