There is always more. No representation, no image, no model, no theory will ever be able to cover everything. This principle is basic to such a degree that it is to be called “logical”.

Accordingly, no system, of whatever few axioms and simplest rules it may be constructed, can start with absolutely nothing. Instead, it must rely on endless amounts of given things. What these are in detail can never be specified.

Every so-called emptyness must be produced and maintained; protective walls, taking isolation to the extreme, are real and have fundamental impact on all that is happening behind them — othwerwise they would not be needed.

Even the mental world does not stand totally apart, but rather all over interwoven with material life.