Meme

 

Self-reproducing idea or other information pattern which is propagated in ways similar to that of a gene. See also the memetics page. [Richard Dawkins, 1976.]

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An idea that, like a gene, can replicate and evolve. Examples of memes (and meme systems) include political theories, proselytizing religions, and the idea of memes itself.

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Self-reproducing idea or other information pattern which is propagated in ways similar to that of a gene. See the Alt.Memetics

 FAQ for more information. [Richard Dawkins, 1976]

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An idea that replicates through a society as it is propagated through person-to-person interaction, both direct and indirect. Memetics is a field of study that focuses on memes' role in the evolution of a culture. [ZY]

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An idea that replicates through a society as it is propagated through person-to-person interaction, both direct and indirect. Memetics is a field of study that focuses on memes' role in the evolution of a culture. [ZY]

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Self-reproducing idea or other information pattern which is propagated in ways similar to that of a gene.

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