Saturday, January 16, 2016

NJournal Notes 4.0 NemiPlex

Nemeplex. is the Nemetic code for "assemblage"   

One component is a memeplex.
groups of memes called meme complexes, or memeplexes. are like the gene complexes found in biology, memeplexes are groups of memes that are often found present in the same individual. Applying the theory of Universal Darwinism, memeplexes group together because memes will copy themselves more successfully when they are "teamed up". Examples include sets of memes like singing and guitar playing, or the Christmas tree and Christmas dinner.
It is different from a memeplex in that, like assemblage, it includes the material world as a critical element. Using the RGB wave view, the meme resides in the Bwave. Materiality resides in the Rwave. They interact at the Gwave.

A New Philosophy of Society: Assemblage Theory and Social Complexity is a 2006 book by Manuel DeLanda. he book employs Gilles Deleuze's theory of assemblages (from A Thousand Plateaus) to posit social entities on all scales (from sub-individual to transnational) that are best analysed through their components (themselves assemblages).
As an example of an assemblage (as defined by DeLanda) consider an ecosystem:
  • The material role here is performed by the soil, sunlight, trees, animals, etc.
  • The expressive role is performed by the forms, colours, habits, etc. of the aforementioned components.
  • The territorializing role would be played by factors such as food chainsadaptive traits, conducive climate and other elements that maintain the components and their relationships and thus the identity and durability of the assemblage.
  • The deterritorializing role would be played by such factors as climate changeinvasion by exotic species, evolutionarymutation and other elements that recombine or replace various components and roles within the assemblage, leading to its dissipation or reformulation.
  • A linguistic/coding role could be played by an environmental discourse seeking to protect an ecosystem.

Nemetic Notation for various kinds of Nemeplex.
Note: replace "C" with nP. nP = neme.



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