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Hi Joe Dees -
>I see linguistic dynamic as a single transmission method category,
I think brain studies underscore that.
>linguistic frozen as another single transmission method category.
That would be written/illustrated forms, yes? Regardless of symbols used?
With some division for pictograph vs character in the written, perhaps.
Artefactual (kinetic and static) would also contain recordings onto any
And all of art would range over all.
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