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>At 02:21 PM 11/01/02 -0500, you wrote:
>>> But the memes themselves can be used for other purposes
>>And just how is the use of a meme different from the meme itself?
> >- Wade
The use of a meme depends on the context in which it is embedded.
(Memeplex?) For instance a meme of intolerance may result in one
group isolating itself from society at large (the amish) or jihad. I
am not a geneticist, but I assume that there is some sort of genetic
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