Alice in Wonderland

When we speak according to Derrida, we are based on our inner consciousness, but while writing, our words are static and abstract. Written words lose their connection with our innerness. As a result of the written text being still and abstract, a linear semantic flow occurs. Let's imagine a way of reading where writing reveals and transforms its established rules, where the sacred inner content of the content is interrupted by the outer face of the form. Now the page is not only for reading but also for perceiving through the relevant links of the whole, going beyond the content of the text: In other words, we don't have to read a page anymore, we just have to feel it.

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