Transmission: Unwriting I

Language is a struggle against the very dissolution and metamorphosis that language itself depends upon for growth and change. The extent to which it is paradoxically unfit for purposes of communication and comprehension is a measure of its success in a primary objective of iterative self-replication through the transmission medium that we ourselves represent.

For this reason, although not this reason alone, our shared confusions and interpersonal misunderstanding are not ours alone but belong, quite intimately, to the means and methods by which we communicate and organise our thoughts in and as language and logic. This dissociative essence and dissonant character of the language through which we come to know ourselves is the primary method by which it self-propagates through a transmission medium of turbulent humanity.

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