Manifold Existences

A thing comprises various aspects of itself and so constitutes its own space. Every point of this space is a potential appearance of the thing. The thing appears when it is reflected by another thing. In these reflections (which can be used to enter the other thing’s space) the thing exists.

In general, the plentitude of one thing’s potential appearances allow the construction of manifold existences of it.

Every such existence is an appearance of another thing, a reflection in the space of that thing. This space is made of the existences of many things. All these (individual) existences do not exist but inside that space; they are appearances of the respective (common) thing and may be called functions or embodiments of that community.