Q2. “But there is another way to look at it” is a common argument to defend a social or religious value that is showed to be at fault by a critical analysis of the matter. Is it a valid argument to justify an alternative value?
Here the defender asserts that when you see from this angle, the objective reality appears to be x; and when you see from another angle, it appears to be not x but y. This amounts to saying that an objective reality is nothing but a matter of how you look at it. Therefore, this argument is wrong — because it denies the real existence of objective realities.
What is possible is that when you see something from various angles, you many come to know the various aspects of the same reality. But it is not possible that when you see an outside object from a different angle, its fundamental reality gets changed.