The first sentence in this is not clear to me, specifically the fragment after the comma. "Anything objective whatsover" what? ...can be lacking? The second sentence only compounds the confusion, since the first isn't clear. (however, the second sentence alone - if it does not reference the first - is clear)
Sorry, try the first sentence streamlined. The noumenal can not be objective. So, noumenality (what we are) can never be "lacking".... Is it more clear like that?.
DJH, I removed the comma from the first sentence. I think it was problematic. Thanks!
Ah - the noumenal cannot be objective! That makes it more clear. And, presumably, implies the oft-stated "it cannot be KNOWN" as an objective thing, I guess.
Yes, "whole-mind, or mind prior to its division into subject and object" would be another pointer.