Definition of Subjectivist

1. Noun. A person who subscribes to subjectivism.

Generic synonyms: Intellect, Intellectual
Derivative terms: Subjectivism



Definition of Subjectivist

1. n. One who holds to subjectivism; an egoist.

Definition of Subjectivist

1. Adjective. (philosophy) Regarding subjective experience as fundamental ¹

2. Noun. One who subscribes to subjectivism ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Subjectivist

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Literary usage of Subjectivist

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1. Russian Sociology: A Contribution to the History of Sociological Thought and by Julius Friedrich Hecker (1915)
"... and the subjectivist School of Russian Sociologists With ... and SN Bulgakov, a converted Marxist, »vho advocated the subjectivist point of view in his ..."

2. Elements of Metaphysics by Alfred Edward Taylor (1903)
"... would be the subjectivist view that the physical order is only a complex of presentations. § 3. But this is clearly not the case with that part of the ..."

3. The New Rationalism: The Development of a Constructive Realism Upon the by Edward Gleason Spaulding (1918)
"The subjectivist cannot consistently apply his own theory to that situation ... The particular situation, therefore, in which, for both the subjectivist and ..."

4. Epistemology; Or, The Theory of Knowledge: An Introduction to General by Peter Coffey (1917)
"But in discussing the real problems with the sceptic, the idealist, or the subjectivist, this preliminary question need not be raised ex professo,-— and ..."

5. Problems in the Relations of God and Man by Clement Charles Julian Webb (1911)
"The persons of whom I am thinking can adopt a subjectivist or ' idealistic ... Indeed it may be said that all subjectivist philosophy depends in the last ..."

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