Hume, Kant, Causality, and Induction

I think that you are missing the point.

) The objectivity (reality, world) and the subjectivity (self, consciousness) depend on each other.
) “Each conscious entity forms a proposed truth to match that reality”. But who decides whether it matches or not? Okay, you would say: the reality as an affectance ontology. But reality (objectivity, world) and consciousness (subjectivity, self) depend on each other.

A says: “X is true.”
B says: “X is not true because I have experienced that Y is true.”
Y says: “Y is not true because science has proved that Y is not true. So X must be true.”
B says: “That’s nonsense, because I have studied logic, and my friends call me ‘the God of logic’.”

Who or what decides what is true? God? Or space and time, thus development, evolution, history, thus something like a result of a logical and/or imagined process? Or just ontology? But, if so, which one? For example: Heidegger’s fundamental ontology? Or “RM:AO”? Or “VO”?

These questions are the point as long as we have no exactly corresponding answers.