The beach State is the no such place of the first landing of all things that happen to be instead of it; things which are instead the meaning of what it is to be, outside non-existences like the beach State.
The beach State qua beach is not a border separating two different things – for example, a liquid state from a solid one. Rather, it is a line in the sand born out of a difference: Oceanic flow and Continental stability.
It is the impossible border.
The beach State is borderline impossible.
The beach State is not a careful construction, but the effect of an action whose origin is not clear. It is a lack in evidence.
What it lacks in clear evidence and cared for edification, it makes up for in difference: it is the radically unclear distinction of an active and dedicated difference that is at the same time passive and indifferent.
It is the face-full second difference of active and passive being at once, and for all, one and the other to make either one or the other; the possibility of one as always already two at once.
A possibility of indistinction and the necessity of a possibility of indistinction.
Thus, it may also be said that the beach State comprises the action of the sea-salted water and the tree-making ground sharing an impossibly total difference. It is a separation that at the same time does not exist.
The beach State is the eternal border parting all things from the significant contradiction under which they are put together.
In this instance, it signifies the only vertical border that has never been put in place.
The beach State is an action ground, but it is not a grounds for action. All things that are and that land and that land to-be, and the land-to-be, are composed by the indistinguishable action of two distinct forces immediately involved in each other, and they land in the sand of that effect.
To reiterate the two forces: Oceanic flow and Continental stability.
The beach State is their result.
The beach State is a metaphor for this result.
A proper politics of language, otherness and equation is yet to be derived and defined from the ontological state of a beach State; and so is its ontology, pure and simple.
The beach State is the country of a country, the season of a season, where the trace that lands out of a contradictory movement towards a borderline difference keeps home to lines made in the sand.
To enquire into a beach State is to question the integrity of any shoreline.
To suppose a beach State is to interrogate for the possibility of a future within the forever non-border of the next state-ment of the beach State.
To mean a beach State is to get lost in the supposition of difference. To get somewhere in between the either or quantity of a landed thing.