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 I am however conventionally allowed control over meaning and wording
in one way, as an author; I can revise. If economic circumstances allow
I can enter the text with a whole new complex of impulses, memories, anticipations,
and interactions, and tinker with it, to a greater or lesser extent. Then
in normal circumstances people will pay attention to the new document that
I have created, and act appropriately; human beings are expected to change
their minds a little, however inconvenient this may be.