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What you say is very interesting, Lee. Something like the problem of the observed (object) as an observer (Subject) of its own phenomenon.
However, I think you make the problem more complex than it already is.
Personally, I think that the metaphor that Shrodinger uses is very crude and lacks imagination. If it is about metaphors to explain a complex phenomenon, the Greeks, Egyptians, Mayans, Indians, etc. They do it masterfully in their mythology.
The epistemological turn that the course offers (combining physics and Buddhism) allows for a dignification of the models of knowledge generated by ancient cultures.