In my subjectivism, I cannot judge your worldview if it is (somewhat ontologically) or appears (epistemologically) objective for and to you subjectively. I cannot accept it as my wordlview and my perspective, because I have my subjective composition and inner non-wholly (and/or non-wholly graspable) plurality. And in my subjective approach I project it as an abstract starting point on the living perspective of all other thinking (in a broad sense) things. The individuality of all things. Or: Of all objects (broadest respectively possible sense) and existence [compare for example: Graham Harman’s meta-concept of „Object-oriented Ontology„].
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