Objectivity, in contrast to subjectivity, is valued more in discourse. Why? And does objectivity truly exist? I would argue it may well exist, but it is something that we have not ever and may not ever be able to attain and utilize. We can only experience life through our eyes and that is all we will ever have, therefore I am leaning towards the belief that we can and only be subjective. But if this is true, then why do we value "being objective" as being somehow more useful than being subjective? Side Question: Why do people seem to think being logical is something separate from emotional responses? Or, rather, why do we see emotions as bad when it comes to logic, as if the two cannot work in tandem(which I believe they do)?