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There are relatively obvious potential relationships among memetics, semiotics, and Thomas Kuhn's description of how scientific theories are created and sustained.
Before putting a lot of energy into describing these relationships I was wondering if any of this has been a previous subject of discussion or if there are previous articles in the area. Like to avoid reinventing the wheel.
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