It’s nice that you have taken the time to celebrate Richard Feynman. That got me to look. But for a writer who cites a tenet of linguistics, trying to reach for some highflautin ways to describe Feynman’s relationship to beauty, you do a poor job with the likes of “general essence.” What’s general about essence. They’re opposites. Poor writing. I could cite numerous other examples. Study some writing technique before you try to make statements that grope for profundity; which, by the way, is hardly “contained” by anything.