Anthony Judge: COVID-19 as a Memetic Disease Learning from terrorism, communism. fascism, and evil, as pandemics of the past

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Anthony Judge

COVID-19 as a Memetic Disease

Learning from terrorism, communism. fascism, and evil, as pandemics of the past

Linked Table of Contents Below the Fold

Introduction
Definitions and conceptual gerrymandering
Benign memeplexes, thought contagion and memetic pandemics
Neglected traditional recognitions of memetic disease
Susceptibility and vulnerability to memetic disease — gullibility?
Beneficiaries of memetic disease and authoritarianism
Comparable examples of memetic pandemics?
COVID-19 as a memetic epidemic — a pandemic
Parallels in the response to a memetic pandemic — including COVID-19?
Configuration of drivers of humanity’s potential memetic pandemics?
References

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