It seems simple enough to assert there are common units that compose every compound within our natural world, but how serious we take this assumption makes all the difference. What if every concept we hold were neatly organized into categories simplifying all that is conceived? Check out the blog Cyneca to learn this theory on the structure of concepts.

Mighty is geometry; joined with art, resistless.
— Euripides
The whole is other than the sum of the parts.
— Kurt Koffka
Nothing happens in contradiction to nature. Only in contradiction to what we know. You can find hope in that.
— The X-Files