i. The world is inconsistent in the way that it appears without appearing.


ii. The inconsistency with which the world appears to not appear leaves individual appearances of things without connection to each other.


iii. For the world to be consistent would require that it be something in itself.


iv. The world could not appear within a world in which appearance were consistent.


v. The world is inconsistent in itself, but is consistent in each thing that is within it.


vi. The consistency of things is inconsistency between them.


vii. The consistency with which a thing appears is the relation to itself, not however it may stand in its relation to the world that is around it.

viii. Every thing consists in the relation to itself in separation.

ix. A thing is not a thing if not consistent.

Excerpt from Exemplar (Orbis Tertius Press, 2021)

The Morning and the Sun

A Sentence in a Library