Hello, this is a pretty straightforward upgrade. Isekai Mahou has platonic concepts.
“Now then, where should I start? Let’s see... In the world I’m from, there’s this idea that everything we humans see is essentially just a pseudo-projection of reality. The objects we behold are representations of forms, their true essences. This notion is called the theory of forms.”
“The theory of forms?”
“Er, so everything I see is...”
Suimei nodded, and Lefille began musing over his explanation in her head. In a world that had little such philosophy, it seemed to be a very difficult idea for her to process. He tried to think of a way to simplify it.
“Well, for example, the me that you see right now is being visually projected into your brain via your eyes. Much the same way, your other sensory organs are perceiving information on me, an object.”
“Then if you’re an object, you’re a manifestation of an essence—a form? In other words, that essence isn’t necessarily what I’m seeing... Is that what you mean?”
“But by that logic, if people are just representations of some greater ideal, wouldn’t we all look the same?”
“Since no one is perfect—since no object perfectly embodies its form—we each look a little different. We’re imperfect in our own ways, inherently giving us individual characteristics that, when perceived, make us distinguishable. That’s why you and I don’t look the same, and it’s why none of these trees, stones, or buildings are exactly the same either.”
“I suppose I can understand how this applies to naturally born creatures. All living beings have a soul, after all. But how can it be true for manmade things? Do people not create things in the likeness of their own ideas and forms?”
"Yes and no. When people create things, they’re creating objects, not forms. You might think, ‘Yeah, hey, I’m gonna do something like this,’ but what you’re doing is giving an object individual characteristics like I was talking about before. Humans may conceptualize forms, sure, but once you bring that form into being, it’s not the form itself, but a representation of it.”
“So when we give substance to things, we’re just making a manifestation of these forms?”
This alone should meet enough (1, 2, 4 + directly referencing Plato and the theory of forms by name) of the requirements but furthermore, these concepts all reside in the astral plane, an atemporal aspatial formless plane of existence that encompasses all possible timelines of all other-worlds. So 1-A
But anyways, the affected things would only be hax and the true existences of Gods who are these concepts or can mess with them, alongside the source and the akashic records who exist beyond them.
Disagree: No one