Question: Can vision be objective if we see what we want to see?
Answer: Our vision is never objective. Whatever we see, perceive comes through our personally tuned sensory organs and is interpreted by our personal computer that works on a 100% egocentric, “pleasure/pain” software.
Or we could express it the other way around: what we see on the “outside” is projected from the inside they our own innate qualitaties, selfish, egoistic filters.
Moreover since perception is based on the similarity of qualitaties, forms in between observer and observed, we can’t even see, notice things, notions that we don’t have is is. The reality we envision is our own external projection on a “white background”!