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> Re: Recursive def. of the memeReply-To: email@example.com
>On 21 Jan 2002, at 23:02, Philip Jonkers wrote:
>> Recursive def. o/t meme:
>> An element of culture that can be replicated/transmitted.
>> In addition, it has a set of properties or features that
>> determine its uniqueness which, in turn, are memes too (by some
>What about: Everything copyable is a meme.
Nope. Genes are obviously copiable; it happens every day. They are also obviously not memes.
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