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> "Wade T. Smith" <firstname.lastname@example.org> "Memetics Discussion List" <email@example.com>Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.org
>Hi Joe Dees -
>>Let's look at the meme for dancing.
>Let's look at the behavior of dancing as a meme.
>>We have conceptions of what it means to dance, we can communicate to each
>>other via a variety of modes the invitation to dance, and we can dance
>In Zorba the Greek, the conception of what it means to dance in the Greek
>culture needed to be shown to the young protagonist, who was a foreigner,
>and, through his behavior while dancing, Zorba made the young man
>understand why a Greek danced. The young man was able, in turn, to
>perform the meme of Zorba's dance.
>Dancing is a complex social and cultural and artistic and historical set
>of skills and motions, and it can be used in memetic behavior with just
>as much meaningful content as language or text, due to our expansive
>perceptual correlates with expressive emotions.
>Dancing is another tool available for memetic behavior.
It is available to those who have a conception of it.
Or is there such a thing as accidental dancing?
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