Modern man dreads and ridicules subjectivity. He believes that, in order to find the truth, he must be fully objective, and must exclude every single trace of subjectivity from his inquiries and speculations. Subjectivity, however, exists, and is part of reality. It is among the ingredients that make up the fullness of reality, the ultimate truth that we so badly want to decipher.
By excluding subjectivity from our investigations, we deliberately prevent ourselves from understanding and identifying the fullness of truth. Although today we are not yet ready to understand this, the more we learn about the world, the clearer it will become to us that human subjectivity is everything. It is much more objective than what we today call (scientific) objectivity.