A closer inspection of the data, however, leads us at once to a concession: iconic signs reproduce some of the conditions of perception, correlated with normal perceptive codes. In other words we perceive the image as a message referred to a given code, but this is the normal perceptive code which presides over our every act of cognition. However, the iconic sign reproduces the conditions of perception, but only some of them: here we are then faced with the problem of a new transcription and selection.
I miss writing about target heart rates and carb loading. *sigh*