-If it is necessary to the study of the word that we take it as observable, then we must take the world as relative to observation. But this gives the world a relative existence, and an absolute existence to observation.
-If observation has the same mode of existence as the observed: if it is taken as just another thing “in the world” about which we collect data, form hypotheses about, test results, or subsume into our philosophy, then we are taking all thing things in the world as relating to another while at the same time insisting that there is no other to which they might relate.
-Look! I’ll set observation out in front of myself:
B= the observed
B ——> A is knowledge! DO you want some equations with that?
And yet all that the explanation leaves out is the fact that we look at it. That is, all we fail to explain is observation.