Posted: Feb 12, 2018 7:23 pm
by Thommo
Destroyer wrote:Whenever we are discussing objectivity in relation to the subjective consciousness, what we are talking about is ontology i.e. the Nature that has Reality as opposed to any imagined or illusory claims about Nature. From this perspective the way that objective is colloquially used: to be impartial, unbiased, whatever is external to the individual, does not apply; simply because these terminologies are not referencing the nature of Reality i.e. the Nature that possesses the authority/independence to exist. Therefore objective Reality is not the same as the commonly used objective. Objective Reality is all about having substance/solidity that is universally detectable, as opposed to what is merely imagined and illusory and therefore cannot be universally detected in Nature.

It's still not. What can be detected is epistemology. Ontology involves no such condition.