The Web allows you to combine multiple documents, by moving about on the network, essentially creating one (temporary) text. You might the also create your own Web document that would include a link to my document, and so on. Each time a reader connects to a new node, a new temporary text is created which includes all the nodes that have been visited during the session. This ability of the reader to create new and different texts means the text of an argument on the Web will almost never be stable. These temporary texts are also the reason we should redefine our notion of the text.
What Counts the Text? The Ideal Text
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