The Realisation of the Absolute :
Chapter-2.The Nature of the World
(a).The Dissertation on Experience-6.
The world is made up of forms.
The forms of things disclose their unreal nature when subjected to a careful examination of their composition and working.
A thing is a member of the society of diverse phenomenal centres appearing to divide against itself a basic Noumenon.
A thing is an object of thought, an internal form, and an external form is known through thought itself, which is consciousness objectified.
A form is differentiated from existence as a whole by a particular mode characterising it.
It cannot be said that a thing is defined by a mode or that it has a definite form unless it becomes an object of thought.
Thought itself is conditioned by forms, and it is thought, again, that knows external forms and determines their nature.
To be continued .....