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We assume that humans are talking much more about annoying noises in their ears than are writing about tinnitus. Obviously , humans observing themselves and listing their complaints can definitively describe their subjective symptomatology. However, for more generally formulating an idea, they need to bring together facts , which they then arrange , rearrange, and accumulate, so that a system model and a theory can be found . Therefore , we need to spread our observations and thoughts into the outer world, coded in such a way that they can be revisited with the eyes (i.e., in writing) .

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Author(s): ClausFrenz Claussen

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