God's eye view
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- In writing, when an author leaves the point of view of the main actor to start writing about things they could not know if the story were in real life.
- In science, when a scientist ignores the way a subject-object problem affects statistics or an observer effect affects experiment.
- In medicine when the doctor makes a claim that The Gaze he uses on a patient, actually sees the problem, rather than making a guess at a problem.
- In ethics when a statement is made about who or what is right, without an honest attempt to make the process of deciding this consider all points of view.