Figure 4.6: How can the source of a link correspond to the `source relatum' of a relation represented in that link: a) the source coincides with the relatum, b) the source is part of the relatum, c) the source represents the relatum, d) the source is a part of the representation of the relatum. However, e) the source cannot contain the relatum, and f) the source cannot contain a representation of the relatum either.

[To the introduction of the links]