Universal Tissue

I’ve played around with the terms text and context in other posts. Context means woven together, and text means woven.

Weavers’ shop talk (Arquette, 1974), as it were.

I learned today that the word tissue is related to text too. We often talk about the fabric of society, its many textures; but, what about the texture of the universe? What about universal tissue?

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Literally, texts “woven together,” interlaced, intertwined, as it were. Another metaphor, culture. Both rounded up to the nearest thousand in the social fabric of meaning, the ethno-looms of sense making.

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