undermeaning

undermeaning

(ˈʌndəˌmiːnɪŋ)
n
a basic or fundamental sense
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I refer instead to what I term "deep interpretations," in which it is taken as a given that in painting a bottle Picasso is saying XYZ, and the task of the interpreter is to solve the equations that enable the work to reveal an undermeaning of the greatest human magnitude.
To be logical is to recognize the free symmetries, where one act is free-willed, sort of, and the other in response is not as free to be unsymmetrical, directly or in undermeanings or overtones.
The reader is invited to look for hidden undermeanings, (p.