That clarifies it a bit(for me). But I would have to counter that by simply pointing out that resolution != reality. If one opinion out of several is true, or even merely closer to the truth, any resolutions arrived at through compromise with those several other opinions will only be further from truth as a result. There will be many times when something held to be objectively true turns out to be either false or simply insufficient/misinformed - this is inevitable since none of us are omniscient. Adopting subjectiveness, in this light, strikes me as cowardly - if nobody's right, nobody's wrong, and that means you can think whatever you like without having to be embarrassed for saying something "stupid." Better to stick to your guns and defend what you believe until you either win or die trying - and when you(r ideas) do occasionally die as a result, dust yourself off, learn what the weakness was in those concepts that had just been defeated, and gain stronger ones as a result.