In the writings of David Chapman, the world is both Pattern and Nebulosity in a marvellous dance.
Nebulosity refers to the insubstantial, amorphous, non-separable, transient, ambiguous nature of meaningness. *
The discourse may promote an idea that children are innocent of the conceptual illusions of the adult world, but babies quickly emerge from Nebulosity into the shared world of Pattern. They learn a small set of important nouns: milk, car, ball. They develop their repertoires of actions. Mechanisms like buttons are hypnotizingly interesting.