The idea here being that it is empty of everything we think it to be and our judgments. So in that sense nothing (and no one) is ugly, or beautiful, or smart or dumb, etc, because these are in comparison to other things but that in isolation everything and everyone is inherently empty. I got this from Buddhism (more or less), but the thing is that we live in a social world and nothing exists in isolation. I mean plenty of things are “built from” previous things that came before them, like how life on Earth came to be. So while a rat might be stronger than an insect it certainly isn’t stronger than a hawk that eats them,or many other things really. So I guess I’m trying to say that does it matter what things are in “objective reality” or isolation when they inhabit the web of a subjective world?