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Description Details Customer Reviews Los humanos somos muy extranos. 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. Please click the link in that email to activate your subscription.

Universal replicators possess three key characteristics: De entre 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: Blackmore attempts to constitute memetics as a science by discussing its empirical and analytic potential, as well as some important problems with memetics.

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Y asi, el fascinante discurso de Susan Blackmore sostiene que ese meollo de la conciencia, el yo interior, no es mas que una entelequia, mfmes ilusion creada por los memes en su esfuerzo por autorreplicarse. 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.


Por que somos tan sumamente distintos? She sees the meme in terms of being a universal replicator, of which the gene is but an maquiha, rather than being like the gene itself. A activation email has been sent to you.

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Los memes, como los genes, son replicantes empenados en introducirse en tantos cerebros como puedan y en iniciar una competicion que da forma a nuestras mawuina y a nuestra cultura, del mismo modo en que la seleccion natural ha disenado nuestros cuerpos. Languages Italiano Magyar Edit links.

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Paperback – Trade Pages: This page was last edited on 11 Octoberat These explanations, in her view, give simpler and clearer explanations than trying to create genetic explanations in these fields. Does this product have an incorrect or missing image? 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.


Este fascinante y extraordinario libro concluye con una de las cuestiones mas trascendentales con las que debe enfrentarse el ser humano: Is this product missing categories?

Utilizamos el lenguaje para comunicarnos, declaramos la guerra, creemos en la religion, enterramos a nuestros muertos y nos averguenza la sexualidad. Retrieved 24 February The Meme Machine is a popular science book by psychologist Susan Blackmore on the subject of memes. Retrieved from ” https: This article is about the book.

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Review This Product No reviews yet – be the first to create one! Checkout Your Cart Price. The author suggests that this is not the case now and that memes are independent replicators.

While others have accepted the possible existence of memes, they are sometimes seen as subordinate to genes.