Subjectivity

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Subjectivity can either refer to perception itself (qualias), or interpretation of perception through the creation of mental projections. Subjectivity is absolute and transcendent, and is not the witness of an external object (objectivity). Rather, subjectivity is the observation of the universal absolute which is both the subject and the object.

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