Phenomenal Rings and Badges.  Consequently a distinction also needs to be drawn between alpha/anti-omega and omega/anti-alpha on a phenomenal basis of worldly relativity, where rectilinearity and curvilinearity will be correspondingly relative and, hence, divisible between rectangles and ellipses, or ovals. Therefore the concept of ellipses within rectangles in the one case and of rectangles within ellipses in the other case is only valid on the basis that, under the objective vacuum of a female hegemony, both rectangles and ellipses will be ringful, i.e. vacuous, in contrast to the badgeful nature, as it were, of rectangles and ellipses existing in relation to the subjective plenum of a male hegemony.  Hence merely to distinguish ellipses within rectangles from rectangles within ellipses is not enough.  Neither will exist except in contrary relation to rings and badges, vacuums and plenums.  Thus the notion of a plenumous ellipse in a rectangle would be no less of a contradiction in terms (church-hegemonic paradoxes notwithstanding) than the contrary notion of a vacuous rectangle within an ellipse (state-hegemonic paradoxes notwithstanding).  Ellipses only exist within rectangles in consequence of a vacuous precondition hailing from a female hegemony in chemistry over antiphysics, and have a right to be termed ringful.  By contrast, rectangles only exist within ellipses in consequence of a plenumous precondition hailing from a male hegemony in physics over antichemistry, and have a corresponding right to be termed badgeful.  Rings and badges are, in general terms, the alpha and omega of, in this case, a phenomenal antithesis between relative rectilinearity (coupled to relative anti-curvilinearity) and relative curvilinearity (coupled to relative anti-rectilinearity).  They can also exist, as I have shown in the previous essay, on the absolute basis of a noumenal antithesis between absolute modes of rectilinearity (square) and curvilinearity (circle).