Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 1.5AA1

Summary of text [comment] pages 36 and 37

[I have already brought knowledge and will into association with the intersecting nested forms.  Now, let me see how I can associate “gravity”.

Since human action may be observed, moderns call it “objective”.

Perhaps the term should be “intersubjective”.   After all, the observer is “a subject” as well as one who observes.

On top of that, “the subject” perceives some “object”, some perception of actuality within the realm of possibility.  But that perception is “subjective”.

So maybe the descriptor should be “interobjective”.]