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  • Info Subjectivity is the condition of being a subject: i.e., the quality of possessing perspectives, experiences, feelings, beliefs, desires, and/or power. more...
  • He was the first one that attempted to study man from the point of view of subjectivity. Cited from The Journal of Abnormal Psychology, Volume 10
  • The latter had more free will, more subjectivity, than they could turn to purposes of happiness. Cited from Civilization of Renaissance in Italy, J Burckhardt
  • He taught, as we should now say, the subjectivity of knowledge. Cited from Ten Great Religions, by James Freeman Clarke
  • They would lead poetry away from the subjectivity of emotion into the outer object world. Cited from The Principles Of Aesthetics, by Dewitt H. Parker
  • Rather, failed projects provide me with empty cultural bandwidth within which to house my own subjectivity.
  • He is no longer bound to the wheel of desire -- he has no personal interests -- no subjectivity. Cited from Cobwebs of Thought, by Arachne
  • Another way to interpret subjectivity is the unique relationship between the subject and object.
  • This in turn brings back the idea of subjectivity; we can only be sure of our own experiences.
  • The sole subject of his philosophy is living subjectivity, which is to say the real life of living individuals.
  • Perhaps her most important point is that subjectivity is constituted through language, specifically the printed word.
  • Subjectivity is what the individual is as a human being.
  • Student views on the administration vary with subjectivity playing a large role in their opinions.
  • In him too, the subjectivity, which the Renaissance brought into modern art, was still more fully developed. Cited from The Development of the Feeling for Nature..., by Alfred Biese
  • Besides his works about subjectivity in the French language he also wrote about the crisis in French language and language classes.
  • If, on the other hand, we consider subjectivity, we find that subjective knowledge and will is thought. Cited from German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Vol. VII
  • Subjectivity is that which the individual -- and no one else -- has.
  • Instead, he elevated the individual's subjectivity and capacity to choose his or her own fate.
  • These events are a subject of controversy amongst some lifeguards due to their subjectivity.
  • It still required a manual center placement, keeping some subjectivity within the process.
  • Here, entirely unconscious of what passes on earth, the soul remains, absorbed in its own subjectivity. Cited from Bay State Monthly, Vol. I, No. 3, March, 1884, by Various
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Meaning of subjectivity

  • noun Judgment based on individual personal impressions and feelings and opinions rather than external facts