"Memetica is a romantic spirituality in an age of globalization. The globalization is capitalist, but it isn’t only that; it is also religious and socialist. It gets right to how people are able to transmit their feelings and thoughts to each other in both immediated and mediated forms and transactions / interactions.
Memetica is a romantic spirituality in an age of indigenous renewal. Wherever there are distinct people groups, there has been, is, or may be opportunity for self-identification as ‘a people.’
As a people distinct from other people, there comes identity and self-organizational powers for living, growing, competing, cooperating, and thriving in and of themselves and in relation to global systems."
-Fragments of Memetica, No. 14 
Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter writes academic / philosophical works and poetry. Teaches at a public university in North America. Consults/coaches (executive, life, creative).