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From: "Grant Callaghan" <email@example.com>
Subject: RE: playing at suicide
>Thanks for the reply. I'm going to have to study
your replies a while
>before I get back to you. I wasn't trying to start
an earthquake or
>anything, just to counter the idea that memes are
like selfish genes. But
>there are several points in your replies that need
some discussion and I'm
>going to take some time to think about them first.
No problem Grant, let's just say discussions and
disputes keep the juices flowing. To say it more
formally, they are quite indenspensable in scientific
While you're at it, please give a definition of what
you consider a tool (in memetics).
I'm quite interested and all ear.
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