There are other places in the books that discuss the, and the functions of and .
At the Center of each Ideal that defines the category.is an
Around the Ideal is a diverse array of manifestation.
What determines the Value of any individuated aspect of Creation is its relative conformance to the Ideal of the Categories it inhabits.
For example, there is a Category of Creation that in English we call "dog". The Category dog holds space for a wide array of different manifestations, so we create additionalof dog that we define as "breeds". Just as there are Sub Categories of "dog", "dog" itself is a Sub Category of other such as "mammal" and "animal".
To each breed of dog, we assign a set of characteristics that in aggregate make up the Ideal manifestation of that category. Humans then actually have "dog shows" in which panels of judges compare specific manifest dogs to the transcendent Image of the Ideal in its Category, and celebrate the Most Ideal dog with awards.
So therefore we could say that the Value of any dog lies in the degree to which it conforms itself to the Ideal dog.
The entire structure of Reality is inherently One, which we perceive primarily with our. To function and interact within Reality we break it down into with our . At the Center of each Category is an Ideal representation.
These Categories array themselves out across a Depth so that in aggregate they constitute a .by
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