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On 23 May 2001, at 21:33, Kenneth Van Oost wrote:
> Hi all,
> Just a question to appease my hunger for information,
> Does anyone know if the Quantum Theory has been applied to social
> matters !? If so, any references !?
TRANSGRESSING THE BOUNDARIES: A HERMENEUTICS OF
QUANTUM GRAVITY, Sokal's satire of postmodern pretensions
that was taken seriously by a deconstructionist mag.
> PS, I only got 2 messages the last 5 days !
> Normal !?
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