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Hi Dace -
>This is the flipside of
>the basic argument of memetics, that our intentional use of culture doesn't
>mean it's not turning around and working us as well.
Our developmentally directed mental formations can only, selected through
evolution, be filled with cultural information. It is a curse, perhaps,
but I don't see memetics shying from this, nor failing to present both
(or all) sides of the meme equally.
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