Knowledge comprises different things, it comprehends the similarities between them, the common pattern, makes it fixed, makes something of it, a thing.

For that, the different parts are pushed together. This may, at first, be a laborious action, yet, eventually, it becomes a matter of course, an automatism, a spontaneous coincidence. So that, in the end, the different elements come to lie directly side by side.

Still, for all others, not engaged in this process and thus not gaining this knowledge, nothing changes with the original constellation.

So different spaces (of knowledge) coexist. Without bordering each other.