"Philosophical" meaning of the Yoneda Lemma
The Yoneda Lemma is a simple result of category theory, and its proof is very straightforward.
Yet I feel like I do not truly understand what it is about; I have seen a few comments here mentioning how it has deeper implications into how to think about representable functors.
What are some examples of this? How should one think of the Yoneda Lemma?