Anything I see as the source of my vision, by that very fact, is confirmed as not being the source of my vision.
There is no claim of error in which I can have greater conviction.
Object may not be confounded as Subject. This is the Second Axiom of Sight.
There are numerous derivative conditions that originate in these Axioms. And note that these Axioms of Sight precede and preempt the Axioms of Formal Logic which originate in primary ontological assumptions.
See: ‘The Symbol ‘0’: Purpose‘