Re: Selfish meme?

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    >Subject: Re: Selfish meme?
    >Date: Fri, 25 Jan 2002 08:13:42 GMT+00:00
    > >When used deceptively or equivocally, words can foster >rampant Enronism
    > >the sciences.
    >Really? That's a very dark, pessimistic philosophy. Fortunately it's not
    >true, or science would grind to a halt.
    Just another way of saying a word can be used for whatever the user wants to
    use it for.


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