Re: i-memes and m-memes

Robin Faichney (
Tue, 31 Aug 1999 20:11:27 +0100

Date: Tue, 31 Aug 1999 20:11:27 +0100
From: Robin Faichney <>
Subject: Re: i-memes and m-memes
In-Reply-To: <000601bef3e1$cc8f7f20$>

In message <000601bef3e1$cc8f7f20$>,
Aaron Agassi <> writes
>My point is, that aerodynamics analyzes grand pianos and TV sets just as it
>does seagulls and biplanes. Likewise, Memetics can embrace all things.

I don't agree. No dust particle replicates, whether it is unseen or has
a prime time TV show. No physical things replicate, only items of
encoded information. Don't confuse the map with the territory.

Robin Faichney
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