No. That is a dualistic notion of the ego, which artificially separates subject and object. In reality there is no such separation, only difference and distinction in form and appearances. Reality is beyond subject and object as the source for both to be said to be. The idea that things can be divided into separate and exclusive categories of thought is why the mind is incapable of figuring out reality. There is no separate individual relationship between the observer and the observed, questioner and answerer, etc. It is only a perception in the mind's imagination. There is only the "Unifying Factor", which is inclusive of all things, out of which the 'idea' of separation is spawned. Neither the observer or the observe can exist without the ever-present quality of observation. In the same way, questioner and answerer cannot exist without knowledge. The mind and ego presumes life is about the content of form and difference, not context of the formless and commonality.