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I'm sure you all know the story of Venerable Nagasena and King Milinda, where Nagasena explains the emptiness of essential nature of the Kings chariot. He shows that by taking away a wheel, then another wheel, then an axle, you eventually end up with a pile of parts and no chariot, and of no part could you say that it contained the essential nature of the chariot. Hence there is no essential nature, things are empty in and of themselves of an essential nature.
However... I have a question. As soon as you take away the first major part, the chariot ceases to function as a chariot. It becomes an incomplete chariot, it's chariot-ness is already broken. On a conceptual level, the chariot-nature is taken away by removing that first piece. Yes you end up with a world where collections of things define the complete-ness and nature of other things, but that seems to be the world as we know it.
I see inter-being and I see fullness, but not emptiness...