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On 18 Jan 2002, at 15:21, Vincent Campbell wrote:
> >> I agree with Wade, there are no memes "for" dancing. There are dances
> >>that are memes, however.
> <If there are no memes for dancing how do people learn it?>
> I don't mean to be deliberately obtuse here but what do mean by this
> question? Are you saying that we only learn through memes?
> What about trial and error?
If you want to learn waltzer you first have to know the waltzer-
memes. How do you want to know that you've made an error if you
don't know the right steps?
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