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> If all memes have to be acquired from others, where do they originate
> and why?
Same problem as I just mentioned for number 3 (novel hybrids) - this
transmission thing is too restrictive. What if I think of a behaviour,
but never pass it on or act it out - how is that thing in my head
qualitatively different from a meme received by transmission, once it is
in my head (apart from it's origin)?
Chris Taylor (email@example.com)
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