"Memetica is a romantic spirituality of ‘self’ or ‘people’ and ‘world.’ It’s a view of the world, or worldview. Self, or people, can be individual and/or collective and includes a sense of a ‘collective self.’
But understanding memetica is not only ‘visual’ and not only about a world ‘picture’ or ‘picturing’ the world or ‘imagining’ (imaging; imagination). Understanding memetica is also sensorial and ‘phenomenal’, including any way that information is detected by some one.
Part of the ‘romance’ of this vision and experience is that it is sweeping. It sweeps us off our feet. And it does so over and over again, like waves coming in from the ocean."
-Fragments of Memetica, No. 12, pt. 1. 
Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter writes philosophy and poetry. Teaches at a public university in North America. Consults/coaches (executive, life, creative).