Gregory Bateson  

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Gregory Bateson (May 9 1904July 4 1980) was a British anthropologist, social scientist, linguist, and cyberneticist whose work intersected that of many other fields. Bateson devised the concept of "plateaus", which was used by Gilles Deleuze's A Thousand Plateaus.

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