“MIMESIS” (Mimesis is a Greek word meaning imitation) Mimesis is an adaptive imitation strategy. There is a major difference between mimesis and camouflage in terms of evolution: camouflage capability, involving colour in particular, can appear and develop very quickly in a species through the interplay of mutations and selection, but mimesis by contrast is a complex co-evolutionary mechanism involving three species: the model, the imitator and the dupe. But what is the most important is Mimesis involved memory and informations. As said Ruppert Sheldrake : “hypothesis of morphic fields and morphic resonance, which leads to a vision of a living,...
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