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Paperback – Trade Pages: Science books Memetics Maauina science literature. Y asi, el fascinante discurso de Susan Blackmore sostiene que ese meollo de la conciencia, el yo interior, no es mas que una entelequia, una ilusion creada por los memes en su esfuerzo por autorreplicarse. Description Details Customer Reviews Los humanos somos muy extranos.
Richard Dawkins wrote a foreword to The Meme Machine. In the book, Blackmore tries to create a consistent vocabulary, since memetics has had a wide range of different terminologies and therefore, in Blackmore’s opinion, a lot of misleading concepts.
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The author suggests that this is not the case now and that memes are independent replicators. Is this product missing categories? If you add this item to your wish fe we will let you know when it becomes available. De blackmoe todos los animales, los humanos somos los unicos seres capaces de imitar a nuestros semejantes y, por lo tanto, de copiar ideas, costumbres, habilidades, conducta, inventos, canciones e historias: Checkout Your Cart Price.
Articles needing additional references from April All articles needing additional blqckmore Pages to import images to Wikidata. Retrieved from ” https: Retrieved 24 February A activation email has been sent to you. The Meme Machine is a popular science book by psychologist Susan Blackmore on the subject of memes.
These explanations, in her view, give simpler and clearer explanations than trying to create genetic explanations in these fields. Some of the terms that are central in her book include:. This article is about the book.
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This page was last edited on 11 Octoberat Email address subscribed successfully. Please click the link in that email to activate your subscription. The last half of the book consists of a number of possible memetic explanations for such different problems as the origin of languagethe origin of the human brain, sexual phenomenathe internet and the notion of the self.
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Los memes nos hacen: Blackmore attempts to constitute memetics as a science by discussing its empirical and analytic potential, as well as some important problems with memetics. In the book, Blackmore examines the difficulties associated with the meme including its definition and how to spot one as well as the difficulties which arise from seeing it as being like the gene. Indeed, she suggests blackmoe memes may now in some cases be driving genetic evolution and be the cause of the abnormally large brain in Homo sapiens.
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Consumimos television, conducimos automoviles y comemos helados. The first half of the book tries to create greater clarity about the definition of the meme as she sees it. De la misma forma en que lo hicieron los animales, nuestros cuerpos han evolucionado por seleccion natural y, no obstante, son tremendamente distintos de los cuerpos de los otros seres. Este fascinante y extraordinario libro concluye con una de las cuestiones mas trascendentales con las que debe enfrentarse el ser humano: The idea of memes, and the word itself, were originally speculated by Richard Dawkins in his book The Selfish Gene although similar, or analogous, concepts had been in currency for a while before its publishing.