S-DO-DI (aspect of the relation sign-dynamic object-dynamic interpretant)

It is the aspect which describes the communication among Sign, Dynamic Object and Dynamic Interpretant. It is the effect produced indeed by the triadic communion among sign, dynamic object and dynamic interpretant, or the way of fluency of communication. It can be a possible enunciation (for instance, a phatic communication, as when we say on the phone “Hello, hello” without knowing if we are being heard), an effective communication (an assertion or a conversational implicature the way Grice conceives it) or logic (such as communicative routines that emerge in the communication process). If it is a mere Firstness, the communicated information can only be that of a possible quality of the Object (a Rhema). If it is a Secondness, the communication is the fact that a quality is materially connects to the object (Syntax or Assertion). If it is a habit, the communication is the habit with which the Interpreter is used to acting accordingly.