Under our pretenses of the word, objectivity is to act in accordance to a rule set, or logical conclusion created from such. What we may use to define objectivity is a little less inherently known, however. A few examples of a good understanding of objectivity is the rules of games like chess. Under this rule set we must follow all procedures in order to continue playing the game. Any violation of these procedures is a violation of said game. Certain games, such as chess, can use the terms of practicality in order to define what is useful and what is not useful. A useful move in chess would be anything leading towards a checkmate (notice the objective.) In this instance, the move would be considered a good move if it results in a checkmate, or anything leading to a checkmate, without subsequently being on the receiving end of said checkmate. Here, the rules are simple and laid out for us. In order to continue onwards, we must think bigger than just che
I write short stories and poetry sometimes. I deconstruct writing standards.