We use the word 'nothing', on the surface, in the same way we use words for objects. (I might saw
that I have money in my pocket, or that I have nothing in my pocket.) And this is the start of the
confusion. But rather than being the name of a particularly 'complex' something, it means the
absence of something. To say that there is nothing in my pocket is to say that I don't have any objects
in my pocket. To say that I have nothing is to say that there exist no objects which it would be true to
say that I have.