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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 "objectively"?

 

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    Peter Leeper 5 years ago

    wow...a more intellectual response than i was expecting! Thanks! I agree that arguing with those who see things in black and white is very tedious and frustrating! Thanks for answering!


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    Peter Leeper 5 years ago

    subjective is also defined : pertaining to or characteristic of an individual; personal; individual: a subjective evaluation.

    I think using the word "emotional" makes some think "dilusional" as opposed to "different answers based on circumstance.