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How do you find yourself in a subjective relationship with objects without consciousness of their objectivity?

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  1. Undermine the use of social constructs–language chiefly being one of them–and once you have that faithful Animist understanding of the world, keep your head up against social pressure.
    Selfish development is culturally taboo among organized groups of people, but at the end of the day, it benefits to provide evidence of what the individual can achieve in a lifetime.
    Learn to enjoy yo self even in the face of social adversity!
    Don’t be afraid to assume the Grand Daddy role when your reasoning consistently develops without the infantile need to have it validated by others.

  2. The fact that these objects are objective in their orientation can scarcely have any effect on how you perceive them with your subjectivity. I suppose this is because objects and humans are so dissimilar. The conscious separates us and makes us think differently, as opposed to objects that don’t think at all. We interact with objective objects and are no better for it, in the sense that we cannot absorb any of their objectivity.

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