There is a common view that we live on information. This is not true on two grounds:

There is a common view that we live on information. This is not true on two grounds: first of all, if life is primal, then the flow of information is what is important, not the information itself. Secondly, it is not even the information that life is after: it seeks instead meaning: what does this information, this intercourse, mean to me and to those around me? So it is the flow of meaning by which we live, and this is conversing. It is how these things interact, how life interacts with life, that is of significance.

:- Doug.

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