The Importance of Limits
By MortazaviBlog on Jun 10, 2005
All concepts find their meaning through what separates them from other concepts.
Limits of a thing define what that something is or can stand for.
Otherwise, important concepts—with no limits as to what they are or can stand for—can become part of an ideological language that can use them to stand for almost anything, dispossessing them of any usefulness they may have served as concepts.