In this video, well-known physicist David Deutsch gives a lecture on the nature of the universe and gives a concentrated display of . Deutsch's speaking style is actually quite easy to understand. He uses the simplest possible means (comparisons, metaphors) to produce insight in the audience - in this case, an awareness of new possibilities in the outside world. I have typed David Deutsch as an ILE.
In his presentation, Deutsch conveys signals through all sorts of techniques that serve to intrigue and intellectually involve the listener:
- using rising intonation on phrases like "in fact," "if," and many others in order to emphasize critical points and unexpected possibilities
- using phrases like, "now let's imagine..." "let's say that..." that help the listener generate a mental image
- the habit of constantly showing the bigger picture and emphasizing "the main thing"