In a metaphysical discussion you can't presume a definition. Metaphysics
formats physics logically. Awareness and otherness stand alone. Two
definitions are required for these two words in a metaphysical setting.
Subject and object exist differently. Are you suggesting that there are
levels in existence? Contingencies of experience???????
> When you reduce reality to its fundamental nature, I think you'll find that
> it is a dichotomy of Awareness and Otherness which identifies the Subjective
> and Objective contingencies of experience. Breaking it down into physical,
> biological, social, and intellectual levels is an irrelevant afterthought
> that only complicates the basic ontology.