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    Check out:

    Short, simple. Kinda along the same general lines I've pondered, though
    could be fleshed out. Good to see Durkheim's (and Levy-Bruhl's BTW)
    collective representations getting an honorable mention.

    Huxley cites Bidney's _Theoretical Anthropology_ for mentifacts.

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