We can unify Cuil Theory with Plato's Theory of Forms pretty easily.
Any actual object can be said to exist at some positive number of Cuils relative to its Form. Any given hamburger, for example, possesses some trait which is not inherent to the Form of hamburgerness. It is impossible to have a hamburger which embodies the essence of every hamburger and nothing more. It exists at some level of abstraction (>0‽) from its Form. (Although, if the hamburger is still immediately identifiable as a hamburger, it is relatively close to its form, and is likely not even approaching 1‽)