Intrinsic : that which arises directly out of Function and Form such that Form implements Function and Function iterates Form (the Second Condition TM).
The Second Condition, the Intrinsic, encapsulates and extends the four Attributes and the First Condition giving us a precise definition for movement and an introduction to the essential consequence of mass. Much easier to comprehend the flow of mass in our gravitational ocean, through lifting, climbing stairs, carrying luggage or groceries, we will find it more difficult to untangle the idea of floating due to our misconceptions surrounding inertia.
Nonetheless, because function is persistent (spinning) and contains no volume, the flow of difference or mass is predictably deflected. When this deflection returns Form to Delta we have only motion. However, when this deflection gives rise to an implementation of function, difference has moved. Function has iterated Form and Form has implemented function. This rational relationship between Form and Function provides the architecture for traversing any given trajectory. And provides us with aggregates that can shift mass.