RE: Knowledge, Memes and Sensory Perception

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    Lawrence wrote:

    <<Whether we say that a meme is 'in the brain' or outside, what ultimately
    counts is its effect within the brain of its recipients, and then on the
    recipient's actions.>>

    That's it in a nutshell, and the reason I think that Dawkins & Dennett came
    around to their definition of meme as being mental information.

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