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MemeLab

4 November 2003

contributed to many of our publications on memetics. The Three Original Memeteers: Dan Dennett, Sue Blackmore and Richard Dawkins Memelab Diary Memelab 2023 (28-30 July) An outdoor session with Andoni…


Sues’ Publications/Memes

17 May 2017

to Memes. Ed. S. Hurley and N. Chater, MIT Press Even deeper misunderstandings of memes; Evidence for memetic drive?: A possible confusion between mimetic and memetic; Can memes meet the…


Dangerous Memes; or, What the Pandorans let loose

Chapters 31 July 2008

what might be out there on the basis of this memetic way of thinking about cultural evolution. I shall first explain a little about memes, meme theory and the importance…


Memes & Tremes

4 April 2011

Interview on Memes, 21 August 2006 The Future of Memetics audio of a lecture given at Pop!Tech 2005   Read: books, chapters, articles and blogs Books The Meme Machine ,…


Evolution and Memes – Italian Translation

Articles 1 April 2003

definizione di meme L’Oxford English Dictionary definisce i memi in questo modo: “Meme, biol. (abbreviato per mimeme… ciò che è imitato, da gene), elemento di una cultura che può trasmettersi…


Meme machines and consciousness

Chapters 2 April 2009

that is the meme. Since memes are replicators, memetic evolution proceeds not in the interest of the genes, nor in the interest of the individual who carries the memes, but…


The Evolution of Meme Machines

Lectures 17 May 2005

and web servers. According to the theory of memetics, all these machines were designed by memetic evolution. Memes are habits, skills, ideas, technologies and stories, that are copied from person…


Workshops on memes

Conferences 7 April 2002

sites http://www.memes.org.uk Meme theorists on the web provides the best selection of online papers and other information, with helpful evaluations. http://users.lycaeum.org/~sputnik/Memetics/ My publications My own work on memes includes the…


Memes, minds and imagination

Chapters 8 January 2008

definition of a meme is “that which is imitated” ( from the Greek “mimeme”, but see Aunger 2001, Blackmore 1998). In other words, a meme is not some independently existing…