Concepts form in the substrata of the somewhat-empty-this-there; formless essences which have yet to relate concretely to a higher genus and are, therefore, singularities of specific differences existing only in ideational expression without formal extension. These empty essences, which are not truly empty, only formless, become specific genera identifiable through the relationship from idea into substance into concrete existence. They fulfill the emptiness that streams through a pattern-less space, modifying as they grow in range and complexity, ultimately subsumed by the somewhat final implication of its own ideational construction, and emerge as “meaning.”
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