Thursday, November 22, 2007


Thoughts on the idea of Objectivity as god.

After giving this idea some thought, I was somewhat unconvinced of its validity in reference to god being the creator. I see the sun, earth, and water as largely being responsible for sustaining life on earth (with the large potential of origin being from elsewhere). There is much more to it than I can comprehend.

Ultimate objectivity is comprehension of all.

So, I came to the classic philosophic concept of the real trinity of god. Omnipotence, Omniscience, and Omnibenevolence. There has always been controversy regarding omnibenevolence, and I feel as though it is inaccurate and therefor should not be part of the equation.

Omniscience refers to the All Knowing aspect of god. Ultimate Knowledge is synonomous with ultimate Objectivity.

All that remains is Omnipotence. At first, I had my doubts as to the relevance of Objectivity in reference to Omnipotence. Until I remembered that Knowledge is Power.

"Subjectivity" refers to the ideas of an individual (OR GROUP). Since Objectivity encompases all, all versions of subjectivity are contained within Objectivity.

Subjectivity requires incomplete knowledge, while in some instances, false beleifs create fictional explanations of the nature of reality.

Ultimate Objectivity is truth.

Although Humans are incapable of Ultimate Objectivity, how close we get to it determines how close we get to god.