In the employee database example, the objects of \\(\mathbf{Set}\\) seem to be "the most" abstract entity possible since any property associated to that object is manifested as arrows. For example, in the set of employees, the elements would be non-branded blobs only to be differentiated by their existence and the arrows seem to decorate each of these blobs with certain properties kind of like Mr. Potato Head. Is this a correct view of the objects in general? or is it true for only this specific example?