subjectivistic

All Adjective
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  • This rationality, however, is "no longer tied to, and limited by, the subjectivistic and individualistic premises of modern philosophy and social theory."
  • Influenced by Heidegger, Khatami radically understands modernity as a subjectivistic process in which a very specific concept of man has developed.
  • The necktie paradox is a puzzle or paradox within the subjectivistic interpretation of probability theory.
  • Khatami considers Kant's "subjectivistic turn" to analyze this characteristic in order to go beyond its formal sense and revise either aspects of subjectivity.
  • One might react to Khatami's emphasis on our "ontetic presence" involvement, that such involvement cannot but remain subjectivistic simply on the grounds that it is always determined to experience things in certain ways rather than others.
  • They deal either with the objectified world, with objects of consciousness which are describable and explainable, or with the subjectivistic world of real life in which all reality is experienced as will and as object of will, in which everything is to be understood by interpretation of its meaning. Cited from Harvard Psychological Studies, Volume 1, by Various
  • The Theory of Communicative Action Volume 1 sets out "to develop a concept of rationality that is no longer tied to, and limited by, the subjectivistic and individualistic premises of modern philosophy and social theory."
  • At first he followed Friedrich Eduard Beneke's empiricism, and strongly opposed the subjectivistic tendency of the Kantian system, maintaining in particular the objectivity of space and time, which involved him in a somewhat violent controversy.