Re: Selfish memes?

From: Robin Faichney (
Date: Wed Jan 23 2002 - 18:58:14 GMT

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    On Wed, Jan 23, 2002 at 09:32:29AM -0500, Lawrence DeBivort wrote:
    > Hi, Robin, is there a citation for where this is recorded? This issue always
    > comes up when I cite his contributions. Thanks.
    > Lawrence
    > > Dawkins is on record as regreting that title, due to the misunderstanding
    > > it has generated. He says that genes are not literally selfish.

    Sorry, Lawrence, I've been trying for a while to remember where I saw or
    heard that, without success, though I'm very confident he did write or
    say it. Perhaps I shouldn't have said "on record" without being able to
    provide the citation.

    Robin Faichney
    "One person's mess is another's complexity"
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