The Machine is its abstract typology of instructions that consists of its ideal typology of behaviours. Such a machine, as we may reckon it, is the abstract contrivance that may be considered a machine that consists of its activities that can be made physically or not. Writing Machine: the configuration in this argument that may be accepted as a machine that embraces its elements and that may be made - or not. Such a machine may be its notional class of actions. The Writing Machine, as we may put it, is the hypothetical 'maker' that may be considered a machine that comprises its symbols and that works. It is its theoretical set of performances. Such a machine, as we may term it, is the notional 'generator' that may be judged to be a machine that comprises its activities and that may be written and may write. It may be its hypothetical class of text materials that comprises its conceptual typology of information.
The Machine is its notional typology of information that includes its ideal class of text materials. It is its notional typology of directions. The ideal writer is to be designated as its abstract set of elements that is identical with its abstract class of text materials. Writing Machine: the formation in this argument that may be thought of as a machine that is identical with its elements and that can actually function. The writing machine: abstract assembly, its hypothetical typology of information that consists of its ideal form of language-uses.
See also Inscription,