Re: Critical thinking in memetics

Bruce Howlett (
Sun, 14 Jun 1998 11:49:14 +0000

Date: Sun, 14 Jun 1998 11:49:14 +0000
From: Bruce Howlett <>
Subject: Re: Critical thinking in memetics

Ton Maas wrote:

> > How does personnel management theory relate to memetics.
> They are both in Fallacy, and their Existence an Imposture ;-)


As I have just finished my thesis proposal and I can finally get on with
the real business of synthesising knowledge, I am doing a bit of wide
reading (wide web browsing) and have been shocked by the results. It
appears that we are all operating in an environment that is neck deep in
cultural myths and perceptions. Just a quick look at the "Published
Resources" list of the
( gives one the idea that
there is supposed to be some great master plan that is controlling all
existence. The penny finally dropped as to what you meant by "fallacy"
and "imposture"! Seems to strengthen my theory that "critical thinking"
is as scarce as the proverbial "rocking horse poop".


Bruce :-)

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