The memetic argument for the sovereignty of the individual over collective

When we say that companies, brands, cities and states live, does this mean that they should express the same sovereignty as humans? If we say that companies live their own life, does that mean that they compete with individuals on… Continue Reading

Why there is not much we can really understand?

Robert Nozick famous second part of his first chapter Metaphysics in his Philosophical Explanations (1981) reads: “Why Is There Something Rather Than Nothing”. Though Nozick Ethics and Political philosophy are very powerful and compelling today, his Metaphysics stumbles due to times when… Continue Reading

Branding as holistic management of life

First thesis: As already explained under all “meme” tags and especially in this post, memes form THE unique human environment that follows the same replication and evolution principles as genes within genetic evolution. That memes replicate in more Lamarckian (inheritance of… Continue Reading

Humans are irreducible due to our mortality

In his original book, From Bacteria to Bach and Back, Daniel Dennett closes a discussion with Steven Pinker whether memes constitute essential ingredients of culture (Dennett) or not (Pinker). Pinker claim is that since culture is intelligently designed, it does… Continue Reading