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Hi Joe Dees -
>>Why limit the meme to just an expression of meaning?
>Why limit the meme to behavior?
Because I don't see behavior as very limiting, at all. It encompasses
almost all of what we can do.
But, yes, meaning is rather limitless in itself.
I do want to limit the meme, though....
So, well, I don't really see a road out of the above quandary. Although I
hate to be stuck.
Behaviors are expressions of meanings, after all, at least, some memetic
So, maybe there are no limits to either proposal.
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