Where does the line between objectivity and subjectivity exist?
Norwood Funk has personalities who have, what is for them, an objective understanding of others in the system. Yet somehow this objectivity is not adequate to clinically describe the mental state of the "individual" known as Norwood Funk. What sorts of collaborations are possible in the invisible subjective world where these seperate individuals meet unobserved? What sort of privilege does the "objective" perch of his doctor afford? These are a small introduction to the questions explored in this set of notes and correspondences.