To consider a person without: bias, prejudice, malice, arrogance, self-righteousness, envy, covetousness, and/or greed --- is not equivolent to considering the person "objectively; e.g.,

As-an-Object. Beware of considering "objectivity" as a virtue --- when considering relationships which involve persons; i.e., reflexive-relationships that cannot be Honestly-and-Fully described in exclusively "objective" terms, concepts, phrases, perspectives, languages and approaches.

Reflexive-Relationships cannot With-Integrity be FULLY:

1. Described-Objectively, 2. Analyzed-Objectively into constituent parts, 3. Predicted-Objectively in terms of cause-and-effect-linear-processes, 4. Controlled - Unilaterally, 5. Used - Profitably, 6. Avoided - To-Be-Unilaterally-Secure, 7. Avoided - To-Be-Unilaterally-Invulnerable, 8. Destroyed, 9. Eliminated, 10. Transcended.

(c) 2009 by Paul A. Smith in Search for Integrity and Honesty (On Being Yourself, Whole and Healthy)