Thomas Nagel tells us that we can't know what it is like to be a bat because we have no faculty to conceive the experience of batness.
I often use bateness as the pinnacle of personal experience. Modern life, with its technology and communication, asks for compromises. We need science to build roads, make medicine and prioritize our attention to detail.
The problem is when we conflate objective with subjective when we flatten the world against our collective interest.
Some examples that come to mind:
When we operate out of a script.
When we use external language to write our own experience.
When we fail to connect to particular aesthetics.
I am experimenting with the term pseudo-objective. Feel free to share thoughts and other examples.