Re: implied or inferred memes

t (MemeLab@aol.com)
Sun, 19 Sep 1999 01:09:47 EDT

From: <MemeLab@aol.com>
Date: Sun, 19 Sep 1999 01:09:47 EDT
Subject: Re: implied or inferred memes
To: memetics@mmu.ac.uk

In a message dated 9/18/1999 3:29:25 PM !!!First Boot!!!,
wade_smith@harvard.edu writes:

> It is precisely this sort of casualness that props up the psuedosciences
> and that their proponents take mighty advantage of. There is no reason,
> if the authors you cited had no reference to this particular
> pseudoscience in the source you cite (Philosophy in the Flesh) for you to
> drag it into the field of view, unless, IMHO, you were in some way a
> proponent of this and wanted to lend it some quick and dirty legitimacy.
>
> And it is for this reason that I feel it is quite necessary to provide
> proof. Quite necessary indeed.
>
> - Wade

Whatever. Give it a rest . . . the sound . . . the fury . . . signifying . .
... nothing.
I really don't care about NLP one way or the other. I only thought it a good
example for those familiar with it. I do care about the idea that I was
actually presenting. Apparantly you don't. So I have nothing more to say.
I decline to find anything necessary here.

-Jake

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