i wish i could dive deeper into this topic, on one hand it interests me conceptually. but almost any time i read the words of (particularly historical) philosophers, i start to doze off.
i think i agree with amorfati on this: "basic perception can neither be one nor the other but can only be a relation of both"
but i also sometimes question the very concept of "objectivity", where as "subjectivity" seems like the world i experience. some rock on the other side of the world surely exists even without my perceiving it, but what relevance does it have to my life? the butterfly effect may eventually have it impact me, and at that point it becomes part of my subjective reality.
hmmm.... maybe that is my way of seeing the false dichotomy.