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This study completes some of the theses formulated in another paper which, however, dealt with the issue of inauthenticity of communication in the current public space (Ciulei, 2013). In that paper, we asserted that what today is being expressed in the public space is the expression of our inability to reclaim our idiom and language from the area of authentic knowledge, of alethic assertions. Consequently, public space becomes a space of palaver, of everyday chatter, therefore, in the absence of well-defined value and epistemological rules, we risk becoming the witnesses of a new Tower of Babel. What we are trying to argue, this time, is that the other boundary of public communication is silence. And that is why our effort is, above all, methodological and paradigmatic. Thus we shall try to define the boundaries between which communication in public space should occur. Between pointless and inauthentic chitchat and silence bearing meanings and significations. Between an epistemological lack and a cognitive and emotional excess, impossible to express, though. Each of the two boundaries, according to public communication reading, is useless. Placing public communication between these two limits makes it a normal one.