Speech communicated from the speaker to the listener is an expressive experience, a thought-content, contained and understood. The speaker has the primal experience of a perception, although the listener can experience the same but only from an outside perspective. This incidental chain follows a mutuality whereby a pattern develops. A pattern that claims a particular moment or expression. It travels from the ideal realm of the speaker into the empirical world of the listener. It becomes the real and produces for both a state of affairs mutually shared. It is self-fulfillment of a consequential event and, although containing separate and ideal contents, forms an explicitness that carries forward into an eventuality related, always, to its own beginning.
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