Originally Posted by Apopohis Reject
As usual you are getting yourself tied up in the knots of your confusion.
Indeed it is subjectivity that can be argued as (indirectly) responsible for war, yet the war itself, as is anything in existence; remains an object reality, that (as with all objective perspectives) consequentially needs to be negotiated. Therefore the objectivity of the war, unlike the subjectivity that conceptualised it, most certainly is not "an imagined perspective" as you so quaintly phrase it.
But yes - objectivity is not responsible for it isn't that kind of entity. Both objectivity and subjectivity are perspectives of existence, rather than creative forces as such.
Again, that's what I'm saying. Objective and subjective are perspectives taken by the person, which is itself an individuated perspective on the totality of creation, so it cannot be objectivity or hold a perspective as Intelligence itself, even if it ultimately IS intelligence. Intelligence itself (objectivity in this context) doesn't have it's own perspective. All perspectives are subjective.
IOW, Intelligence clothes itself in the individuated perspective so that it can HAVE a perspective at all, and it is necessarily a subjective perspective. Intelligence experiences through innumerable subjective perspectives, and creates from within those perspectives. Not the person creating, of course, but intelligence creating through perspectives on creation. The result is the apparent movement of life, but nobody and nothing is in a position to be responsible for that, nor is there any overall purpose for it.