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Art, Language, and "Cognitive Equivalence"

When I usually speak about the Art versus Language Perspectives, I usually couch it in a view that there are "different potential ways our society treats graphic images." As I just realized, stating it in this way maybe obscures the true intent of the distinctions.

Really, this is a hypothesis about cognition.

At the heart of my theory of visual language is the observation that we have three