Monthly Archives: December 2010

Minding Our Gap.

Darwin’s impact on philosophy has long been my fascination. Given that we are evolved creatures, it’s not so surprising that many of our individual behaviours and our cultural institutions might be profitably understood from a biological perspective. Yet traditional, so-called … Continue reading

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The Meme Wars: Episode 2: An Electric State of Mind

In my last post I went on for several thousand words about memes as avenues for understanding human culture. In particular, I argued that memes were a good place to start looking for common threads between the social aims espoused … Continue reading

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