Re: Subconscious Memes?

James Daugherty (
Tue, 22 Oct 1996 07:46:11 -0400 (EDT)

How about through allegories also?...explains the power of fiction
and the Bible...etc.

The "meaning" or "moral" of the story can be transmitted without
the necessarily conscious awareness of the recipient.

On Mon, 21 Oct 1996, Chris Hind wrote:

> There is evidence, I believe for Subconscious memes. For example, yawning is
> contageous (sp?) and also you begin to subconsciously pickup and use certain
> body movements or gesjures (sp?) the people you associate with frequently.
> (Is my spelling crap right now?) Sure, memes can be broadcast via language
> but can they be transmitted subconsciously through body movements or perhaps
> even phermones?

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