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On 18 Jan 2002, at 23:20, Joe Dees wrote:
> Nope. It's the same meme, communicated via the same symbolic
> system (the english language) but via two different sensory
>modes (auditory and visual).
So what gets communicated, a meme? So the meme is in the
brain? No, the idea/concept is in the brain. The tool for transmitting
this structure is the meme. So the two memes are two memes.
Two different ways of transmitting an idea.
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