Knowledge and Communication

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To learn to read is to light a fire; every syllable that is spelled out is a spark. ― Victor Hugo

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The Self

The self exists and is bounded within an internal and external environment which impacts on the way we communicate.

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The Self and its Internal Environment

Within the limitations of the internal environment are many factors that limit the ability of a message even making its way in to the external level of interaction.

  • Language Skills
  • Ethnicity and Society
  • Touch
  • Hunger
  • Pain
  • Fatigue
  • Hearing
  • Vision
  • Smell
  • Experience

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It is important in this environmental cacophany of conflicting processes that preparation is critical for a successful communication be it even a simple one.

  • "Chance favours only the prepared mind." Source: Lewis Pasteur

The Self Interacting with the External Environment

Within the limitations of the external environment are many factors that limit the ability of a message ever being successfully transmited to the external world.

  • Background noise
  • Lighting
  • Interruptions
  • Smell
  • Privacy
  • Comfort
  • Temperature


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When one includes the process of communicating with another there are therefore 4 layers for a message to traverse unchanged, to give the receiver any chance of understanding what was being communicated. P2P or person to person communication is hard, very hard, and it never ceases to surprise how effectively humans actually do communicate most of the time.


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The overall P2P process is also filtered by a range of other factors including culture, messaging mediums, relationships and interactions with other messages. Filtering can be intended or coincidental but in any event changes the intended message.

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