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Hi Joe Dees -
>>Memes are out there.
>>Culture is the matrix of memetic behavior.
>And human minds (the emergent products of our physical substrate brains)
>are the petri dishes in which memes are 'cultured'.
I'm sure I have to agree to that. I've been using your definition of mind
for quite a while. The only amendment I'm forced to make, because of the
first statement, is that the mind is a function of all of its parts, and,
as such, the petri dish has to include the body. And then, by extension,
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