ADEPT has a view of reality which is essentially relational as opposed to metaphysical systems that are focused on a reality composed of substances. As such, one of the core features is the modes in which reality can iterate upon itself from simple original concepts to complex iterative ones. Nature is the third and final axiomatic ontological construct that pertains to the rules governing the modes of iteration.
Here are the five ADEPT natures with brief description:
The ADEPT natures can also be understood as sub-groupings within the three considerations:
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