To see differently, the desire to see differently for once in this way is no small discipline of the intellect and a preparation for its eventual 'objectivity'— this latter understood not as 'disinterested contemplation' (which is a non-concept and a nonsense), but as the capacity to have all the arguments for and against at one's disposal and to suspend or implement them at will: so that one can exploit that very diversity of perspectives and affective interpretations in the interests of knowledge.