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Hypertext as a fragment


The category of finitude is primarily fixed by the understanding in relation to the fragment and its own intelligibilty. Hypertext as a system is to be said illimited...

Fragment is held not only as a matter of strict logic, but also treated as a philosophical concern, so that to recognise it as a standpoint of modesty and to adhere to it as a last step, or the wish to go further, are taken as an audacity of thought, even as a mark of insanity.— In fact, however, such a modesty of thought is perhaps the worst of virtues, for it treats the finite as an absolute, and remains fixed in untruth and an ungrounded type of hypertextual knowledge.

Logic must, for the simple thought forms of finitude, as the rest of hypertextual will for concrete forms of writing, only show that the finite is not fixed, but exists above all only as transition.