For example, if drinking habits are broken by understanding the thoughts that drive the person to depending on alcohol, then that cycle can be broken.
A repetition of thoughts and behaviors might look different but the pattern doesn’t change even with the different types of addiction.
Sometimes the thoughts are linked so that the pattern repeats.
Memes try to find a way to re-establish a pattern, which we can eventually catch for ourselves.
Abstract: This is an attempt to apply a metamemetic approach to ideas.
This paper attempts to approaches ideas about evil, utilizing a stable approach that works simultaneously in the personal memeplexes and in external memeplexes.
We might not be looking at it correctly, possibly because of how we have been conditioned.
To be clear, this suggests confusion, not necessarily being a judgement of morals, which would be an invalid idea from a faulty framework of thinking.
From pre-Socratic to recent philosophies, the need for a stable approach has been initiated to assess what we are observing and study the filters that distort the observed meme.
This includes values, fears, beliefs, and other kinds of ideas that may turn into epistemic acceptances (expectations we assume) which can then control our actions.