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I'm working on a dissertation that has led me to consider what,
if anything, can be said about a possible relationship between memes and
Jungian archetypes. I would greatly appreciate hearing your opinions on
this matter. If you all know of anybody working on this idea, or any
scholarship that is out there, please email me (and share it with the
list as well!). Thanks in advance.
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