The next concept to derive from the prime duality is that of the Object — an identifiable entity that incorporates both ITistic characteristics and ISish tendencies and conforms to the other Ten Immutable Laws of Objects.
Everything in Reality is an Object. The Object is the highest level of abstraction in terms of describing ‘things’ in Reality. It is an abstraction that applies to literally anything and everything that could ever be created or imagined. From the most concrete mechanical tool to the wisp of a memory about a fading dream, anything that can be named or identified is instantly bestowed with the status of an Object the moment it is conceived.
There are specific characteristics to which all Objects conform. Ten of them, to be exact. The first among these is that every Object is the result of a merging of IS and IT, that is, every Object has both ITistic characteristics and ISish tendencies.
The primary attribute of Objects is that they are a combination of IT and IS, with IT providing the structure or definition of the Object and IS providing the purpose or reason for the Objects existence. But as we mentioned previously, there are Ten Immutable Attributes of All Objects, and each one of them provides us with a device to identify, quantify, and evaluate Objects on an abstract level. With a model set of fundamental object types available, we can begin associating concrete, real-life objects with these abstract object types in order to gain insights about our lives and circumstances.