Chapter 1. Everything

Table of Contents

1. The Whole
2. Universes
3. The Integrity of Wholes

Everything means every thing , taken together. Although it may be conceptualized as a single unit, it is best to regard everything as something which is neither singular nor plural (because the concept of singularity requires the concept of plurality).

We have depicted everything in the diagram above. We have not bothered to label it, because there is nothing from which to distinguish it. We have drawn a boundary around it to help to visualize it, but this is somewhat mistaken since everything is unbounded: the boundary is not present if everything is recognized.