Interpretation, the application of terms their sequence, comprehension;
“..delving beneath the surface narrative to pull out the conceptual core. Written language, James Gleicks’ explains, did not simply permit us to make thoughts permanent – it changed thinking itself, enabling abstraction and logical reasoning. Language is a negotiation whose currency is information. A child learning to read is not simply turning letters into words, rather is learning how to exploit the redundancies in the system”, (p. #47, 2011), The meaning of life in bits and bytes.