Stating The Obvious 0336 – There Is Nothing That “Is” Separate From The Observer. It Depends On What The Meaning Of The Word “Is” Is.
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Can true objectivity, then, exist? Time Magazine founder, Henry Luce, said, “Show me a man who thinks he’s objective and I’ll show you a man who’s deceiving himself.” He may have a point, given that journalists are people who come from diverse backgrounds, and life experiences. However, striving to remain objective is the only way for the media to remain independent. Otherwise, news would merely be propaganda.
Back in his office, at the Atlanta Progressive News, Matthew Cardinale has revamped the website to reflect APN’s new progressive editorial policy. The firing of Jonathan Springston elicited a flurry of comments on other blogs to which Cardinale felt the need to respond. Springston was let go, Cardinale explained, because
“He held onto the notion that there was an objective reality that could be reported objectively.”
In an e-mail statement, editor Matthew Cardinale says Springston was asked to leave APN last week
“because he held on to the notion that there was an objective reality that could be reported objectively, despite the fact that that was not our editorial policy at Atlanta Progressive News.”
The premise of objectivity is literally to remove the observer from what it is that is being observed and simply to report what “is.” However, that is an impossibility. It cannot be done.
In fact, there is nothing that “is,” separate from the observer or multiple observers who construct and interpret what that reality is.
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