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Hi Mark Mills -
>message may not be one that can be 'spoken,' but a predictable mental state
>may be replicated (communicated) to the listener.
That seems to be the core of the aesthetic experience, at least with the
word and performance arts, and it seems to be most if not all of the
memetic experience, at least in the way I would like to meld aesthetics
and nature and culture.
>Example of this are mass marketers in great multitudes. Eastern
>spiritual advisors do the same thing, too.
The ways to get one's message across would seem to be the constant. The
variable is the content, and, the medium does not correct for nonsense.
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