RE: Abstractism

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Date: Mon Jan 28 2002 - 16:18:43 GMT

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    > From: Grant Callaghan []
    > I'm rapidly approaching the conclusion that no two people can
    > agree on what
    > the term "meme" refers to.

    Which helps the 'meme' replicate. I understand there is research in press (Wheeler) which identifies 9 different communities of scientists
    using variations in their interpretatation of 'gene'. Signifiers get replicated but do not have to show fidelity of 'signified' (as I have
    asserted before)


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