Language is a Virus
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Language is a Virus may refer to:
- "Language is a Virus", a song by Laurie Anderson
- a concept in the William S. Burroughs novel The Ticket That Exploded
- Memetics, Richard Dawkins' theory suggesting that cultural information is transmitted among people in a virus-like fashion
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