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Hi Joe Dees -
>Memes are semantic (meaning or significance bearing) entities, and any
>stance that does not recognize this will be unable to model its object.
I don't think the stance of behavior-only memes denies that, at all.
I just don't call the meanings memes.
I call them meanings. Or intentions. Or hoped-for understandings.
The meme is an attempt to express this to someone else.
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