moreness

moreness

(ˈmɔːnəs)
n
1. the state of being greater than something else, greatness
2. a plurality, the state of being more than one
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A child can learn the abstract concept of more by discrimination training in which labeling the larger quantity from among a selection of different quantities as more is reinforced, making sure that the label more occurs only in response to the stimulus feature of greater quantity, moreness, rather than to extraneous features of the training stimuli, such as the color or shape of the objects compared.
More seems to exist everywhere and yet nowhere: everywhere because individual stimulus instances of more are ubiquitous, and nowhere because we are able to conceive of moreness independently of any specific context.
At the root of what I'm talking about is not the idea so much of "less is more," but that there is a different kind of moreness that's possible when the space that you surround yourself with is appealing to the senses.