Thursday, October 07, 2010

The Pent Umbrage of the Tempy, Part XVIII

You don't know much about architecture but you of course know about organization, and as architecture is an organization of space, it must be you know quite a lot.

The building couldn't be founded over a hole any more than an organization could be an organization of nothing at all. Only solidity can found or be organized. The hole can never be present in the founding of a building or an organization. There can't be a hole placed into the solidity of what is to be founded or organized, either. The solidity must not be displaced. The solidity must only be fortified with greater solidity, if necessary. A hole can never fortify.

You have contributed to the building of the building by fortifying it with greater organization. You never once made a hole. You fortified holes. You solidified holes. You injected the holes you encountered in the building with your special filler plastic, if necessary, of words, if necessary.


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