DARWINIZING CULTURE THE STATUS OF MEMETICS AS A SCIENCE PDF
Darwinizing Culture. The Status of Memetics as a Science. Edited by Robert Aunger. Cover. Darwinizing Culture. The Status of Memetics as a. Darwinizing culture: the status of memetics as a science pits leading intellectuals, (both supporters and opponents of meme theory), against eachother to battle it. Darwinizing culture: the status of memetics as a science pits leading intellectuals, , against each other to battle it out, in this, the first debate over ‘memes’. With a.
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With a forward by Daniel Dennett, and contributions form Dan Sperber, David Hll, Robert Boyd, Susan Blackmore, Henry Plotkin, and others, the result is a thrilling and challenging debate that will perhaps mark a turning point for the field, and for future research.
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The one thing noticeably missing has been any kind of proper debate over the validity of a concept regarded by many as scientifically suspect. Tyler Brown Cifu Shuster rated it really liked it Nov 14, Brendan McAuliffe rated it it was ok Aug 29, Jun 19, Joseph rated it really liked it.
Chapter 1 Introduction Robert Aunger. Return to Book Page. Dan Sperber – – Darwinizing Cultuure.
Darwinizing Culture: the Status of Memetics as a Science
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Foreword to Darwinizing Culture. Rich Boulton rated it really liked it Apr 07, Adrian Buck rated it really liked it Jan 17, A well-disposed social anthropologist’s problems with memes, Maurice Bloch Superbly edited by Robert Aunger, Darwinizing culture is a thought provoking book, that will fascinate, stimulate, and occasionally perhaps infuriate a broad range of readers including, psychologists, biologists, philosophers, linguists, and anthropologists.
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My opinion is that this perspective misses the real power of memetics. Oct 25, Ahmed Abdelazim rated it liked it. Susan Blackmore – – Behavioral and Brain Sciences 28 4: Culture and psychological mechanisms, Henry Plotkin 5.
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Darwinizing Culture: The Status of Memetics as a Science
This is where we differ from animals on a very observable level and this, I submit, is the domain where memetics as a research program can produce its first fruits without too much hassle with other disciplines — thus, the domain where arguments about the validity of memetics culgure move towards.
So it is my belief that memetics should — in the beginning, at least — shift its focus from human social behaviour towards human creativity and objects of culture, and do that with a more refined definition of meme to do justice to the complexity of the statsu to be explained as well as to the memetic theory itself.
Nov 22, Hakan Uzunlar rated it liked it Shelves: To ask other readers questions about Darwinizing Cultureplease sign up. With a forward by Daniel Dennett, and contributions form Dan Sperber, David Hll, Robert Boyd, Susan Blackmore, Henry Plotkin, and others, the result is a thrilling cupture challenging debate that will perhaps mark a turning point for the field, and for future research.
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Chapter 8 An objection to the memetic approach to culture Dan Sperber. Of course, the issue of what Aunger calls Mental Darwinism becomes important here: