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Research Paper
By Sarah Lane
May 29, 2004, 13:45

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Topic: Research Paper



What is the difference between objectivism and subjectivism?
Provide examples to make it clear please.

Thanks


ClassBrain Response:

Here are the most common definitions for these two words:

Objectivism: 1.One of several doctrines holding that all reality is objective and that knowledge is reliably based on observed objects and events. 2. An emphasis on objects rather than feelings or thoughts in literature or art.

Subjectivism: 1. The doctrine that all knowledge is restricted to the conscious self and its sensory states. Emphasizes the subjective elements in experience. 2. The theory that individual conscience is the only valid standard of moral judgment.

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