– Yes, my friend, I did. – Sally nodded taken by the meditation she entertained. – That is why I started with the claim of objectivity. Because science, consciously or not, actually only follows that path that was drawn way before its complete realization in modernity. I speak of the subjective nature of all knowledge rendered under the form of externalized perception. Everything narrated is, in the end, a subjectively constructed expression; it is the search of meaning. Objectiveness does not have meaning; it is bare nature, undisturbed by any mediation of understanding. Knowledge, therefore, is just a narrative, an expression of our cognizant and subjective connection to reality.