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An Existential Theory of Interpersonal Communication

If you are trying to convey some meaning to another person, you are responsible for ensuring that you’ve communicated effectively. A failure by another to understand, is really your failure to communicate.

Of course, if you’re the person attempting to understand, the reverse is true; it’s your responsibility to ensure you’ve understood correctly.

In other words, regardless of the situation, you are the responsible subject.


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