The object is simple.
2.021 (2) Objects form the substance of the world. Therefore they cannot be compound.
2.022 It is clear that however different from the real one an imagined world may be, it must have something - a form - in common with the real world.
2.023 (3) This fixed form consists of the objects.
2.024 Substance is what exists independently of what is the case.
2.025 (1) It is form and content.
2.026 Only if there are objects can there be a fixed form of the world.
2.027 (2) The fixed, the existent and the object are one.