The hybrid gap concept of “the gap as a space of duality and unity, continuity and discontinuity, potential and actuality, tension and resolution, diversity or unity, boundary or interface, and confusion or clarity” is a multifaceted concept that encompasses a wide range of roles and characteristics of the gap.
In this concept, the gap is seen as a space where duality and unity can interact and change, creating both contrast and harmony. The gap is also a space where continuity and discontinuity can coexist, allowing for both the maintenance and the disruption of patterns or processes. The gap is also a space of potential and actuality, where new things can emerge or be realized, and where existing things can be actualized or made manifest. The gap is also a space of tension and resolution, where different elements or forces can be in conflict or tension with one another, but where the gap serves as a point of separation or transition that allows for resolution or reconciliation. Additionally, the gap can be a source of diversity or unity, depending on the context and the specific characteristics or features of the gap. It can also serve as a boundary or interface between different things, separating or connecting them. Finally, the gap can be a source of confusion or clarity, depending on the context and the specific characteristics or features of the gap.