It is a fundamental hypothesis of this work that, not
indifference, but an active blind spot to certain kinds of
“truth”, certain kinds of objectivity, is the condition of
biological human life. Martin Heidegger is what happens
when one believes in one’s own emotions, i.e. poetry. I have
correlated bioinconsistency and Heidegger’s being.
Bioinconsistent-subjectivity normally overrides objectivity
by preceding objectivity; it overrides equivalence with the
larger physical environment. In this sense, subjectivity, i.e.
concern with one’s survival, overrides a purely physicalmaterialistic
observation of life. Biological self-preserving
priorities can come in conflict with the priority of the
objectivity of the observer.