Written by: Callum Chiplin
To begin a sentence with a question could be somewhat problematic, whilst beginning a sentence with a statement enables a direct line of discussion… doesn’t it? The same could be said for subjectivity and objectivity. Subjectivity can be problematic, as it creates the grounds for one to individualize oneself – Thus present oneself as vulnerable, as they are solitary in their expression of a view or interpretation of something they are conveying.
Nevertheless, a subjective view can be positively tapered by someone to gain an acceptance of another as they are aware of their controversial “comprehension” in order to create interest or a relationship with the other individual they wish to gain an investment from. Be that investment in whichever form it is being manifested as, for the end goal. In this sense, a subjective view can be beneficial, albeit risky.
However, if the yang approach to the subjective view is harnessed, then the outcome and reception will be denoted as erratic and too brazen. Thus, individualization and rejection is certain to follow as a subsequence.
— To be continued in our March 2020 issue of Cut Frame Magazine. —
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