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>There should be another category too though: memes
>logical errors. As in the woman who, after breaking
up with her
>boyfriend, declares that "All men are assholes."
>is a common logical error. Cognitive therapy says
that people are
>prone to many different but common errors of logic,
>childhood, when our brains are less developed.
>revisiting childhood learning experiences
and "relearning" things
>(correcting errors of logic) (modifying memes?).
There are lists out
>there of the common logical errors to which humans
No. Ted may rightfully argue that memes based on
logical error are pathological memes too as they
testify of a perverted way of regarding reality.
If you come to the conclusion that
`all men are assholes', you have just discovered a
new pathological meme yourself. We are not all
assholes dammit! (Pardon my French)
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