According to this line of interpretation, three ideas are involved in sensitive knowledge. First, there is the idea of the sensible object – the idea of the sun or your idea of water wells. Second, there is the idea of sensation. It`s an idea of reflection. Third, there is the idea of real existence. The idea of sensation acts as an intermediary that connects the idea of the reasonable object to the idea of real existence. The link between the idea of sensation and the idea of real existence must be the kind of link a priori linked to an intuitive and demonstrative knowledge. If you have a sensation, then the cause of that sensation exists outside your mind. The sensation is influenced only by the outside world.
Since an idea is marked by the reflective idea of sensation, we can certainly deduce that the cause of the idea so stamped exists outside our mind. The connection between the idea of sensation and the idea of the reasonable object is not – and it is not clear what this relationship is with Locke (perhaps a mental infestation or a particular type of bonding). The important point is only that the agreement between the idea of sensation and the idea of real existence is another type of correspondence than that between the idea of sensation and the idea of the reasonable object. In fact, Peirce`s vision emphasizes scientific curiosity, experiments and theorean and identifies truth as the imaginary ideal limit of their continuous progression. While this approach may seem attractive, it has raised concerns about how a society or humanity as a whole might know at some point whether it was following the path to such an ideal. In practice, it has opened the door to a different skepticism of the notion of truth. At the end of the 20th century, philosophers such as Richard Rorty advocated the withdrawal of the notion of truth in favour of a more open and open process of indefinite adaptation of convictions. Such a process, it was said, would have its own usefulness, although it did not miss an end point or an end point. Despite the widespread agreement that a person with a subjective point of view has a particular moral status, there is a general difficulty in explaining whether this alleged fact, like all presumed moral facts, is somehow an objective fact. It is also difficult to explain how moral truths can be known when they are indeed objective. These are the main uses of terminology in philosophical discussions.
Let`s look at some of the most important epistleeistic theory questions of objectivity and assume the above definitions of “objective reality” and “subjective reality.” Local realism is an essential feature of classical mechanics, general theory of relativity and electrodynamics; but quantum mechanics has shown that quantum interdependence is possible. This was rejected by Einstein, who proposed the EPR paradox, but it was later quantified by Bell`s inequalities.  If Bell`s inequalities are violated, local realism or counterfactual ambiguity must be false; but some physicists deny that experiments have proved Bell`s injuries on the grounds that the underclass of Bell`s inhomogenic inequalities has not been tested or because of experimental constraints in the tests.