Epigenetic rules, archetypes, memes, culturgens

From: Julio Varela (jav65@bellsouth.net)
Date: Thu 19 Feb 2004 - 16:52:11 GMT

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    I am trying to track down credible scholarship that compares and contrasts the epigenetic rules of Lumsden and Wilson with Jung's archetype concept. Based on the respective rationales of Lumsden and Wilson, on the one hand, and Jung, on the other, would it be fair to say that archetypal images and symbols, memes, and culturgens recur in cultural artifacts because archetypes and epigenetic rules heighten the probabilities that these images and symbols will become expressed in some form? If anyone out there knows of someone who has tackled this question, please point me in the right direction Thanks in advance,


    Julio Varela
    Miami Dade Community College

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