At bottom, all reality is knowledge. This implies that knowing is not the subjective and more or less coincidental adaptation of the independent reality. Instead, knowledge is in the heart of every objective reality — and knowing is itself something objective.

This concept is not so new at all. Logic, for example, is long accepted to be objective, although it is rather some part of the realm of knowledge than of material reality. But not only would any kind of scientific investigation of material reality be impossible without logic, but it is also generally taken for granted that logic exists right in the middle of the things, so that these things operate according to its rules.

Viewed in this light, we do nothing but simply enhance this concept, superseding usual logic by X-Logic. Which is not restricted to truth-value operations, but explores the fundamental laws of knowing.