If anything appears to be true in part is still untrue because it misses some parts. Phrases out of context can mislead us. What came before and afterwards is necessary to be taken into account in order to understand what constitutes the totality. One side of the coin or picture is always misleading unless the whole picture is made visible. If you have ever solved jigsaw puzzles you must know one always starts with the whole picture in mind and then goes on searching for parts, it enables one to coordinate the parts in the puzzle to make it whole. Similarly, in the context of any thesis (theory, concept, system) one must start from the whole, and then move on to parts to see where they fit. Everything changes in relation to its interactions with others. Reality, changes, and any thesis can only be truly understood by starting from the whole and moving on to its parts to see where they fit.