APPLIED SYSTEMS

SEMAPHORES

Movie directing is so full of elements which follow the following
process:

1. A specific direction is desired.
2. The direction is symbolized.
3. A specific symbol becomes especially conductive.
4. The conduction of the symbol places a restraint on the sum of
all symbols.

For example, in philosophy (which also uses logic of some type),
the symbol "<--" can be used to represent deontology, if
deontology is seen as the science of a posteriori reasoning.

The symbol "<--" then becomes a theatre direction for the
ultimate process of the film of play, represented also by
anti-strophe.

Similarly, the symbol "||" which represents pause in video
recording, can be used in theatre direction to represent beginning
and end-points within theatre direction.

The general pattern is that any symbol adept to signifying
something for the human senses, and for rational behavior, can
also be applied to the theatre.

The theatre then becomes the general constructor of semaphores.


              
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