The writer wants to believe his genius is arriving, pristine, unmediated, to his readers all over the world.
Readers, wherever they are from, want to feel that they are in direct, unmediated contact with greatness.
Whatever his religion, he is morally authorised to labour against these unmediated evils with the heartiest intolerance.
But at the end we must confess that the notion of real cognition involves an unmediated dualism of the knower and the known.
mediate me·di·ate (mē'dē-āt')
v. me·di·at·ed, me·di·at·ing, me·di·ates
To effect or convey as an intermediate agent or mechanism. adj. (-ĭt)
Being in a middle position.