Memetics and Cultural Evolution Discussions (34)

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Atheism and self-esteem

Rejecting theism is a first step toward freeing ourselves from the shackles of Christian, Hindu, or Muslim religions, but underlying cultur…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

1 Jul 25, 2011
Reply by Steph S.

What Defines a Meme?

Just a so-so article. - Dallas What Defines a Meme? Our world is a place where information can behave like human genes and ideas can replic…

Started by A Former Member

1 Apr 26, 2011
Reply by Fred Werther

The evolution of the techno-meme.

With Susan Blackmore's 2008 TED lecture still ringing in my ears.... The third replicator like the second replicator before it is sufferin…

Started by Richard Healy

3 Mar 31, 2011
Reply by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

Memes shaping genes

I am, I admit, new at this subject and freely admit I haven't read all of the prior discussions (yet! Promise I will ;) so if this has come…

Started by James Tyrrell

6 Nov 28, 2010
Reply by A Former Member

My view on memes

Memes are like oxygen. Memes are not so much like viruses, really, since our cells don't use viruses to communicate and to alter the states…

Started by Jared Lardo

9 Dec 27, 2009
Reply by Richard Goscicki

Contination of Youtube Atheist

This is a continuation of the conversation on the above discussionl.

Started by Richard Goscicki

3 Nov 21, 2009
Reply by Richard Goscicki

Membots From Mars

Once I learned the power of memetics I started imagining weird stuff. Picture this: I saw a movie when I was a kid in 1953—Invaders from Ma…

Started by Richard Goscicki

6 Jul 24, 2009
Reply by Richard Goscicki

CHALK ONE UP FOR THE ENDMEME

“We cannot underscore the seriousness of the existential threat posed to the state of Pakistan by continuing advances, now within hours of…

Started by Richard Goscicki

14 Jun 18, 2009
Reply by Mac Rex

Meme Encyclopedias ?

There appears to be a vacuum as far as online meme encyclopedias go. This one has potential, but is currently sparse and unmethodical - h…

Started by Фелч Гроган

1 May 5, 2009
Reply by George

The viral metaphor - many kinds of viruses, many kinds of memes

Not having done my homework yet, but thinking ahead, it seems that thinking about the various types of viruses, as metaphor for memes, coul…

Started by Sentient Biped

4 Apr 14, 2009
Reply by Sentient Biped

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