There are many subjects that appear in this book: Philosophy, Art, Fiction, Poetry, God. They are each approached through language that fits their content--language that itself shares characteristics of the subject it addresses. There are thus as many languages as there are subjects--exhibiting different forms of “being about” their subjects. Such forms are variously called “analysis,” or “exegesis,” or “criticism,” or “speculation,” or “invention,” or “memories and dreams.” Issues become fragmented at the edges--the limits--of their language. Fragments, in turn, seek the shape--the boundaries--of their content. The forms of “aboutness” are as varied, and numerous, as are their subjects. There is no exhaustive listing.