The Space Of A Thing

Things appear in their spaces. A thing is made of its appearances, it exists in them.

A thing’s appearances may be different instances of one and the same thing; or they are supposed to be different states of one single thing; sometimes different parts of a thing may be regarded as its appearances; or just different views, showing the thing’s different sides, for example.

All these are possible appearances of a thing. They all constitute – on their own specific way – somthing we can call the space of the thing.