Like, a fictional story. There’s no object called a Romeo-dagger than I know of yet if you had standard westernized schooling/education, some kind of object that’s greater than the named entity would come to mind.
What it doesn’t describe is the experience of revealing nor does it capture branching. Like, there might not be a conceivable boundary to an object and things are not ‘fixed’ until the end-of-theoretical time… so I think an object oriented view is a limiting view.
Still, it can be very expressive and useful and probably covers a good amount of need in a pragmatic way.—
The Aleph remains my inspirational object in this – a point in space that contains all other spaces at once. I forget about the Aleph and then, times like right now (after reading what you wrote), it brought to mind the Aleph again.
The Aleph! – a point in space that contains all other spaces at once. I forgot about the Aleph and then in talking with a friend about it elsewhere online, he said something about perspective and _boom_ it came up – a very highly complex object indeed.