At first glance an object delivers its primordial given-ness and forms a visibly one-sided thing being observed. It is true to itself as an infinite and determined object since it can potentially be viewed from all sides, all perspectives, and stay what it is in itself. Through its property, its what-ness, it gives to perception a truth about it, although that truth gets altered by who is glancing towards it. As an observant we join what we see by placing it in an objectivity governed by a particularity. The what-ness of the thing never changes, nor can it. The only change follows from the observing subject. The subject controls his surroundings while being unaware of doing so.
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