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At 07:45 AM 5/02/02 -0500, you wrote:
>Hi Jeremy Bradley -
>>In my memetic ontology memes are simply the
>>coded information which enables the culture to continue.
>Unless someone is _performing_ the memes, there is no continuity of
>culture. We try to know what Egypt was like.
I agree Wade - cultural narratives are always active. If they weren't, the
culture would have ceased.
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