If, for example, we wanted to express ((x) . fx) by a prefix such as (Gen. fx), we would not know what was being generalized. If we wanted to signalize it with an index 'α' by writing (f(xα)), we would not know the scope.
If we were to try to do it by introducing a mark into the argument position by writing
All these notations are inadequate because they lack the necessary mathematical multiplicity. For the same reason, the idealist's explanation of seeing of spatial relations with 'spatial spectacles' is inadequate because it cannot explain the multiplicity of these relations.