I understand objective reality to include all objects and phenomena, whereas subjective reality only includes 'subjects' understanding of reality. Given that understanding, objective reality includes subjective reality as an object (noun) and phenomena (verb), but what is the term for all objects and phenomena that are not subjective. This simple illustration suggests the word Asubjective.
For example, if I see a tree lying on the forest floor, I can reason that it fell.
- My reasoning would be a phenomena and my understanding would be an object, but both of them would be subjective since I was not the object.
- My subjective reasoning and understanding are objective phenomena and objects, and therefore part of objective reality
- The tree is an object, and if it fell it was a phenomena, but because both the object and the phenomena were not dependent on any subject, they would also be asubjective.
A broader example would be classifications of all reality as subjective (dependent on subjective understanding) and asubjective (not dependent on subjective understanding). In this sense, all reality is asubjective except subjective understanding.