Now s/he has no choice but to find a nonobjectivist approach capable of doing justice to the phenomena--to the inherently ambiguous things themselves.
Given the longstanding, deeply engrained habits of thought that have come to govern "common sense," it is not surprising that physics has thus far been unable to reground itself in a nonobjectivist ontology such as that offered by Merleau-Ponty and other phenomenological philosophers.
Eventually taken down, the game outraged many observers but Anderson endorses the notion that it expanded "the purview of the documentary mode into such nonobjectivist
forms as essayistic or performative representation" (137).
The latter is equally nonobjectivist
, but less revisionist, since it takes the semantics of moral discourse at face value, and can also explain all of Brogaard's other linguistic evidence.
When that has been done, one is left with a nonobjectivist
work, and Suprematism is virtually synonymous with what came to be called Non-Objective art.
Jardine uses the pitfalls he methodically identifies in objectivist thinking--it is impersonal, abstract, dualistic, static, skeptic, and ignores communal context of knowledge--in the second chapter to guide, negatively, the nonobjectivist
conception of necessity that he begins to develop in the third chapter.
To overcome this dualism and produce a nonobjectivist
conception of necessity, Jardine must draw on "motifs" from the oral/aural experience.
Novelists became uncertain about how to portray the living of a human life; and--in response to the same pressures, no doubt--a number of thinkers, Husserl first, but most especially Wittgenstein and Heidegger, began to work out a nonobjectivist
conception of worldhood.