I loved this show, I was addicted to it. I thought it was an incredible exercise in what we know and what we don`t know about people, about family, about friends, about how it flirted with the mystery of things, what wasn`t said, unidentified, unknown, was a kind of train, the gravitational force of the room, and it was so exciting, so when I got the chance to join the crew, I said yes. The indenid may be the product of bullying; a reflection on thought; or astonishment at the unspeakable. [1] The true art of conversation is not only to say what is right at the right time, but also to leave the wrong time. One of the best rules in conversation is never to say something that any company can reasonably wish for without being told. In ethnology, ethnomethodik was a strong link between axioms and axioms. Harold Garfinkel, who followed Durkheim, pointed out that in each given situation, including a legally binding contract, the terms of the contract were based on the 90% of unst pronounced assumptions underlying the visible (spoken) part of the interactive iceberg. [5] Not said, unspoken, unspoken, unspoken, un verbalized, un verbalized, unspoken, unspoken (adj) We discussed the terms, but the methods remained silent. The most bitter tears flowing down the graves are for words that are not spoken and abandoned to deeds. Luce Irigaray stressed the importance of listening to the unidentified dimension of discourse in psychoanalytic practice[7] – something that can shed light on the unconscious fantasies of analysis.

[8] “non-explicit terms of the agreement”; “Things that have not been said”; “a kind of tacit agreement”; “Its action is clear, but its reason remains unheard of” The unrenoued term refers to what is not explicitly said, to what is hidden and/or implied in the discourse of a person or group of people. Sociolinguistics indicate that in normal communication, what is not said is as important as what is said[2] — that we wait for our listeners to regularly fill the social context of our conversations as we continue. [3] . . Edward T. Hall argued that many intercultural misunderstandings were due to the neglect of silent, tacit but different cultural patterns, which each participant unconsciously took for granted. [6] Other psychotherapies have also emphasized the importance of the non-verbal component of patient communication[9] which sometimes overrides verbal content. [10] Behind all this thought is Freud`s saying: “No mortal can keep a secret. When his lips are silent, he chats with his fingertips… every pore.” [11] Basil Bernstein saw a difference between the restricted code and the language code developed in the fact that in the former would be more implicit than the latter.