Re: The necessity of mental memes

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Date: Mon Jan 21 2002 - 05:26:36 GMT

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    >While it's true that no one has ever found a meme in
    the brain, no one has
    >ever found a thought or a feeling or a memory or a
    perception or a desire or
    >any other mental function in the brain. Clearly,
    memes exist in minds. The
    >problem is trying to reduce mind to brain.

    The Great Challenge of neuroscience indeed...


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