Re: Knowledge, Memes and Sensory Perception

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    Ray said:

    >>2. Are all memes received/perceived through sensory
    >Yes. Since they have to be acquired from others. Some internal processes
    >will have to occur during the acquisition process and in fact it may be
    >some time after the perceptive event occurs that the meme is fully
    >acquired. So for example, someone may show you how to skate but you may
    >have to work at it for a while before you can duplicate their actions.


    If all memes have to be acquired from others, where do they originate and


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