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On 18 Jan 2002, at 23:06, Joe Dees wrote:
> >Is the 'self' required for memetic processes?
> It is necessary for communication by means of a commonly understood,
> created and arbitrary language (as opposed to instinctual calls).
Really? I can't be sure but i think i spoke my first few words before
i became conscious of myself.
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