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Kevin Marks

Telling Is Listening: Ursula K. Le Guin on the Magic of Real Human Conversation – Brain Pickings

In most cases of people actually talking to one another, human communication cannot be reduced to information. The message not only involves, it is, a relationship between speaker and hearer. The medium in which the message is embedded is immensely complex, infinitely more than a code: it is a language, a function of a society, a culture, in which the language, the speaker, and the hearer are all embedded.”