"[Memetica] offers us a way ‘to have it all together’ in a way that feels like it could be enough or more than enough for any individual, while also captivating large portions of, or the whole, world.
It’s the sense of The One within one individual and also as one people:
One · One · One
Part of the romance is the poetics of mathematics, the pure geographic, geometry of an individual point moving in space-time and all the differential value that creates at every second.
This, not this, this, not this, this, not this, not this, not this, not this, this, and so on unendingly."
-Fragments of Memetica, No. 12, pt. 2 
Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter writes philosophy and poetry. Teaches at a public university in North America. Consults/coaches (executive, life, creative).