All my books and articles are listed in Publications.
People often ask me what to read on a particular subject. Here are some suggestions.
“The Three Memeteers”
Daniel Dennett, Susan Blackmore, Richard Dawkins
Susan Blackmore talks to a student group at CogNovo’s summer school “ColLaboratoire” (University of Plymouth), on Consciousness in treme machines. Inspired by the students’ question ‘Could the Internet be conscious?’ 19.08.2016 watch on Vimeo
The Meme Machine , Oxford and New York, Oxford University Press 1999
Dangerous Memes; or what the Pandorans let loose. In Cosmos and Culture: Cultural Evolution in a Cosmic Context, edited by Steven Dick and Mark Lupisella 2010
Memetics does provide a useful way of understanding cultural evolution. In Contemporary Debates in Philosophy of Biology, Ed. Francisco Ayala and Robert Arp, Chichester, Wiley-Blackwell, 255-72. 2010 (paired with a critical article by William Wimsat this chapter deals with the arguments for and against memetics)
Memes, minds and imagination. In Imaginative Minds (Proceedings of the British Academy). Ed. Ilona Roth, Oxford University Press, pp 61-78, 2007
The meme’s eye view. In Darwinizing Culture: The Status of Memetics as a Science, Ed. R.A.Aunger, Oxford; Oxford University Press.
Evolution and memes: The human brain as a selective imitation device. Cybernetics and Systems, 32, 225-255. 2001
Italian translation Blackmore S. (2003), “I memi e lo sviluppo del cervello”, in KOS 211, aprile 2003, pp. 56-64.
German translation Blackmore S. (2003) “Evolution und Meme: Das menschliche Gehirn als selektiver Imitationsapparat.”.
Bull,L., Holland,O. and Blackmore,S. 2000 On meme-gene coevolution. Artificial Life, 6, 227-235
Blackmore,S.J. 1999 Meme machines and consciousness, Journal of Intelligent Systems, 9, 355-376 abstract
Natural selection applies to everything. New Humanist, May, June 2006, 23-24
Memes, Creativity and Consciousness. Aesthetica, May, June, July 2006 Issue 13, 50
Meme, myself, I. New Scientist, 13 March, 40-44, 1999
New Susan Blackmore talks to a student group at CogNovo’s summer school “ColLaboratoire” (University of Plymouth), on Consciousness in treme machines. Inspired by the students’ question ‘Could the Internet be conscious?’ 19.08.2016 watch on Vimeo
TED lecture Genes, memes and temes. 2008. Now with subtitles in 23 languages.
“Genes, Memes and Tremes” on TV in Through the Wormhole with Morgan Freeman, May 2015
Eyes of the tremes? Our (2 min) Video, inspired by the idea that phones, computers and servers are becoming interconnected like neurons in a brain. Does the advent of drones give this vast treme machine eyes?
The Perfect Human Being (De Volmaakte Mens) on Dutch public TV 2015. This episode –Human versus Machine –includes a conversation between me and Nick Bostrom with host Bas Heijne (the clip involving us starts around 16.40)
“The viral mind of Susan Blackmore” interviewed on Litopia after Dark, 27 March 2015
Podcast interview on US Public Radio To the best of our knowledge about memes and temes. 29 July 2012
C-Realm podcast – Sue talks to KMO about memes, drugs and Zen. 28 Jan 2009
Is God a dangerous delusion? A debate with Alister McGrath at Bristol University, 13.11.2007
The Sci Phi Show – Outcast #8, Interview on Memes, 21 August 2006
I have written several times about religion and memes on CiF. e.g.
Why I no longer believe religion is a virus of the mind
For more see my memetics site.