Apart from direct revelation, all communication demands that something be done, something be recognized, and that an agreed something else be done about it when recognized. In other words, communication takes place through artificially induced physical events, interpreted in action according to artificial rules. There are two essential aspects, the physical and the conventional, of every process and type of communication, from engraving epitaphs to measuring photographs. Each of Faust's attempts to translate Logos was valid.
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