Whole Parts

Space is all-embracing and contains all things. It also comprises all potential views of itself, from all possible perspectives. So each view realizes merely part of space.

The current view itself, however, cannot see its own partiality. It therefore must perceive itself as complete, comprehending the whole — although, for sure, it eventually turns out to be partial.

A logical consequence to be drawn here is that there exists no principal distinction between any partial space and the whole one. Uncompleteness cannot be seen but from the outside, so to speak, from another perspective — which again can offer nothing but a particular view of reality.