'(Anti)Structure and error in a train of thoughts'

This work reflects as it says a (anti) structure in 'thinking'... Is it the brain that provides structure in case of language and formal relations?

Without language you could not have an inner conversation and this inner conversation is one of the most important factors in constructing thinking.
This dialogue provides structure, however thoughts don’t always feel like they have a structure, it sometimes feels as if it colaps, as an error. This error, a ‘antistructure’, what does it reflect?

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