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> << I agree with both of you, expressing your feelings that memetics is
> misused to get personal gain, some points do need clarification, but I
> don 't see to which extend the two writers of this piece would gain so
> much being one a member of a division of mathematics and the other is deep
> in psychology I suppose.
Gain does not only mean money. I know that not many on this list
share my "memes are dna-slaves" paranoia but i think that's
exactly the reason which stands behind.
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