Re: Memes and associative learning in neurons

Price, ilfryn (
Wed, 4 Nov 1998 09:34:00 -0000

From: "Price, ilfryn" <>
To: memetics list <>
Subject: Re: Memes and associative learning in neurons
Date: Wed, 4 Nov 1998 09:34:00 -0000


You comment en passant

>Well, okay then, but if you can square Heidegger with modern science,
>then you'll have performed an intellectual feat which will make you
>famous. I'm serious, honestly, if you can do this it will
>revolutionise science. Of course I also have to say I think it is
>impossible, but I can't help wanting to wish you luck.

Is this not precisely what memetics does. As I understand the essential
Heidegger he addresses states of being (Dasein) languaged into existence in
particular organisational contexts. (Pascal, R, 1990 Managing on the Edge).
Selfish memetic patterns provide a good evoluionary explanation. (Price and
Shaw 1998)

If Price

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