Elsewhere I have written on the uncertainty condition. Attempts to resolve the problem produce only more “flailings” in the sea of uncertainty. In reality, the problem is not external, and the problem is not internal. The whole of the person is incipient. For this very reason, any warrants about warrants are subject to error. It is not enough for one to consider one’s condition as an incipient; one must consider it in comparison to the possibility of the ultimate. It is only when the incipient recognizes the possibility of the ultimate that the true gravity of the situation appears.