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> > Some developmental types suggest the 'self' is not intact until somewhere
>> in the fourth year.
>Is the 'self' required for memetic processes?
No, but perhaps the same thing that gives rise to memes also gives
rise to a our idea of self: the ability to create an abstract
representation of something in our mind.
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