## I – hierarchitectitiptitoploftical ?

one, one, one, one, one, one, and so on, or

one, two, three, four, five, six, and so on, or

one, three, five, seven, nine, eleven, and so on, or

one, two, three, five, eight, thirteen, and so on, or

one, two, three, five, seven, eleven, and so on.

Out of a number one, that is followed by another one, infinite chains of numbers can be created.

The same holds for the letters. The patterns of creation of chains of numbers are different than the patterns of creaton of chains of letters. The challenge is the worldwide explosion of computer technology. Is a technology of numbers, ciphers and strict coding. This technology will become the dominate way of dealing with signs. It will dominate also the order and degrees of freedom with which signs will be operated. This is problematic because it will challenge the possibilities of idiomatic and singular languages, dialects… Heidegger was reflecting this. His conclusions were pessimistic. He foresaw the advent of a race of counting technocrates. His hope was that special educated beings will resist the computeristic technocratic domination. Possibly he did not foresee the chances of confronting the freedom of mathematical creation with the freedom of poetic creation.