2. The errors generated by assuming mechanism are compounded by assuming objectivism. People and how they think, value and organize things are clearly part of the coevolutionary process.
3. The total loss of objectivity in which we feel quite objective, treating reality as a fantasy, is an irony. For it is the diverted energy involved in the ruthless control necessary to keep up a facade of control or normality, which makes it possible to do the nominally impossible -- not to experience what we experience. The activities of this self-deception are sufficiently consuming of time, attention and energy to leave what is happening to us at the periphery of apparent importance at the very same time as the importance is being continually attested to by the wilful engagement in distraction....The desire for spurious objectivity stems from the desire to escape one's condition and point of view...Objectivism is a distorted and damaging degradation of objectivity and springs from the feeble wish to have the advantage of a position or view, a way of knowing or an involvement without taking the position or using the view,; employing the way of knowing, and not standing up to and for the risks and embarassments of the involvement. (Max Deutscher. Subjecting and Objecting, 1983).
2. The "creation of reality" thesis leaves open the door for wishful thinking and self-deceptive thinking at their worst. This is the chief barrier to the advancement of humanity.
3. People can bear only so much reality. it is a less than fully objective understanding of one's recognitions, which insists on an expression of them with precision, accuracy and specificity which drives oneself or others near mad with anxiety, fury, guilt, depression, swollen headedness or humiliation...our personal objectivity requires a permanent and accurate sense of one's limitations as a subject in dealing with the object at hand. (Max Deutscher. Subjecting and Objecting, 1983).