Does the word object derive from the word objection?
Either way, the objective is objective on the condition that it objects, or it's opposing subjectivity.
Otherwise it is an integral component of the subject.
Objectivity cannot be experienced, the experience that is included with it, is subjective and unassociated with the objectivity.
Every word you utter, is objective,
You can't drink (the word) water, you can't pay with (the word) money.
But without the objectivity (the sounded verbal forms), the subject it is intending to convey isn't carried across.
The subject is the rider and the object is the vehicle.
Without the object, the subjective experience that vision is, cannot occur.