"Memetica is a romantic spirituality in an age of scientific secularism. ALL of this may be described in coherence with science and with a secular philosophy and polity.
Memetica is a romantic spirituality in an age of religious humanism. It fits with a religious outlook that, one way or another, always comes back around to humanity, even as it pursues divinity.
Memetica is a romantic spirituality in an age of ideational authoritarianism. One idea of one set of ideas centered in one set of authorities is romantic.
Humans, generally speaking, desire such a one-ness, even in, and precisely because, they live within and also desire diversity and plurality.
But a ‘spirituality’ so to speak of ‘memetica ecologica’ offers unity and diversity, the e pluribus unum. (Los Estados Unidos de Memetica.) (People’s Republic of Memetica.)"
-Fragments of Memetica, No. 13., adapted 
Image credit: LBC, 2019
Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter writes academic / philosophical works and poetry. Teaches at a public university in North America. Consults/coaches (executive, life, creative).