In order for something to exist, whether it is physical or mental, it must have 3 traits:
1. A definition
2. A standard
3. A principle
Of course, something must first be subjective before it can become objective, but if objectivity is the main goal, why do others choose to let everyone, "believe what they want?"
How can society improve with that mentality?
I've never understood the mind who thinks subjectively and would greatly appreciate some input and a well thought-out reason. *Hint* Doing so will only prove me right.
by Peter Leeper 7 years ago
Nuance Vs. Objectivism, can anything really be explained without subjectivity?Some beleive certain questions have one absolute answer while others believe that there can be many layers required to truly get to the bottom of things. Can even the "simpleist" questions ever be answered...
by emrldphx 7 years ago
For those who are interested, I am putting together a primer on the difference between subjectivity and objectivity. Much of the disagreement in this forum is due to confusion between the two. We'll start with a comparison of the definition of the terms.SubjectivitySubjectivity is a personal...
by danmayerisgod 5 years ago
Is reality subjective?If two people observe the same object or event, will they disagree on what exactly they are looking at? If so, why and how does this happen? Give examples. This is a social/philosophical theory I am working on, and I'd like to see if anyone has had similar experiences to my...
by RLWalker LM 3 years ago
What is subjectivity?In your own words please, can you explain the meaning of subjectivity and what a subject is?
by PhenomWriter 7 years ago
Was Picasso a great painter? Why? 500 dollars if you can say this!
by pylos26 9 years ago
Most will say the human design is a mess and that that assessment certainly makes sense, especially since the frame tends to fall apart many years before the demise of the entity.Worn out joint cartilage, missing limbs and fingers that lack the ability to grow back, ruptured spinal discs that...
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