Re: Knowledge, Memes and Sensory Perception

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Date: Thu Jan 10 2002 - 15:45:10 GMT

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    On Thursday, January 10, 2002 4:23 PM Chris Taylor said:

    > I think this is like hybridisation in the wild between
    species - a new
    > species may arise by combining parts of pre-existing ones.
    This new
    > species is just as valid. I think the 'new' meme is
    > from learned ones ...

    Thank you Chris. This sounds quite acceptable to me. You are
    saying the hybrid meme is subconsciously pieced together from
    previously learned memes? I think I am getting somewhere.


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