Every material object reaches into space and places itself within the axiom of “what it is.” All other objects exist in eidetic form and belong to the group of “what if?” Now, does an object belong to a group or does the group, collected of similarities, belong to the object? It is clear that objects exist in regional categories that hold particular truths that are pertinent and without question. However, the object itself, due to its regional peculiarity, forms a class to which it belongs, thus putting forth the facts of things-sharing-properties and subsuming these particulars as re-presented through appearance. Therefore all objects, existing materially or not, hide within themselves all possible regions of categories in general. As for categories, they follow in step and are inclusively aligned with the objects they conceal within their requisite scope.
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