Man and Sin by Piet Schoonenberg (1964) 1.5AA2

[There is a certain irony to the fact that, currently, in 2014, the term “objective” covers two very different concepts.  Here is the first:

Human action2 is “objective” because it can be objectively observed by a disinterested scientist.

Human action2 is an “object” that is contextualized through knowledge3.  This is described in the the category crossing of two nested forms:

knowledge3(2) = acceptance or denial of lawessential as well as thinkone_way_or_another contextualizing the situation2

The term “knowledge3” labels the emergence of judgments on both the natural philosophical and the moral religious axes of the intersecting nested forms.]