You said something like the only way is to limit the universe to particulars, but divides you (not agreeable to you). In the opposite way, I cannot ……Particulars and division
I never said they are limited to the (physical) objects in its field. Only that we deal with the physical objects and as well the objects of the minds (the plural form is intended).
Physical reality, whether limited or not, takes priority in this philosophy since I have no evidence that the conceptualised mind exists beyond the object that conceptualises it. To give priority to the objects of the mind is irresponsible. This is something, I understand, existentialists believe to be opposite. But I find that the limitless approach is unrealistic in all the meanings of that word. In the end, one must return to the physical realm through physical death or conceptual “death”.