Isaac Newton formulated four rules for observing nature that have served science well in the quest for an objective description of reality. At the same time, he was searching for a fifth rule, a functional complement to the structural rules that would make possible a science of subjectivity. Drawing on the ideas of C. S. Lewis and William James, William Stephenson brought this fifth rule to maturity. In Part II of this "Two Sciences... " essay, we propose a language for thinking about these concepts from the perspective of psychological science using the language of quantum mechanics