I’m considering objectivity and subjectivity.
Here is my basic understanding of these terms: ‘objectivity’ refers to the impartial, the neutral, unbiased point of view; ‘subjectivity’ is essentially the opposite – the egocentric, biased point of view.
Consider the moon there. No, don’t look at my finger! Look at that at which my finger is pointing: the moon. Ha.
So, an objective point of view might be that the moon is a chunk of rock orbiting the Earth.
A more subjective point of view… the moon is a light to help me see at night.
I see the tai-chi symbol.
I feel for the philosopher and the misguided student (“No, don’t look at my finger!”) A fun take on the prompt, Dan!