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  1. Михаил Петрович на 4 мая 2016 из 1:59

    «Отсутствует общетеоретический канон» — Общетеоретическим каноном теории коммуникации казалось бы должна стать собственно логика коммуникации, имеющая особые отличия от традиционной формальной логики.
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