Re: Words and memes

From: Philip Jonkers (
Date: Fri Feb 08 2002 - 16:25:33 GMT

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    > >> Very little about nature is blind, even in any real sense.
    > >Why am I thinking of exactly the opposite?

    > Which would be- "Very little about the unnatural is blind, even in any
    > real sense."


    What I meant to say was:

    Very little about nature is not blind, even in any real sense.

    Only some species of living creatures enjoy the sense of sight.
    But I guess you mean it in a more metaphorical sense.
    Even so, I would disagree too as it is hard
    to maintain I think that spontaneous processes in nature are somehow
    self-guided. Therefore, please explain what you mean here Wade.



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