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On Monday, January 21, 2002, at 09:40 , Keith Henson wrote:
> PS. Memes can be *conditionally* true. A meme of "it is safer to
> drive on the left side of the road" is a true meme only in places where
> others are doing the same. :-)
If memes are the atomic units of culture, then, all memes can only be
conditionally true, since all cultures are only places where others are
doing the same.
Any coincidence between memes and facts is accidental.
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