Written communication -- History, Writing -- History
This articles stretches Derrida’s notion of writing by positing that writing itself might be thought of as "that which can be read or interpreted." This breaks the absolute bond between writing and human handicraft and suggests new ways of understanding the way we interpret natural phenomena. This paper traces this concept through numerous natural phenomena and suggests that perhaps the limits of meaning might have more to do with the interpreter’s range of understanding when it comes to natural gestures and "writings." In the end writing comes to be understood as durative, or has having duration. In this interpretation comes to the forefront of the concept.
O'Reilly, Laurie M.
"The Orchestration of Nature's Writing Surfaces,"
Anthós (1990-1996): Vol. 1
, Article 11.
Available at: http://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/anthos_archives/vol1/iss1/11