I don't equate "notions, ideas, or concepts" as "standards or examples for
imitation or comparison." A model is literally a miniature representation
of the real thing, a "typical form or style to be copied," a prototype, an
archetype, _inter alia_. Whereas a paradigm, as enhanced in meaning by
Joel Barker, _et al_, serves as a perceptual template
for--aha!!--comparing what is known to what is not known, a basis for
Well asked, Dr. John. Thank you.
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