Definition of Subjectivists

1. Noun. (plural of subjectivist) ¹



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Definition of Subjectivists

1. subjectivist [n] - See also: subjectivist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subjectivists

subjectists
subjective
subjective time
subjectively
subjectiveness
subjectives
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subjectivised
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subjectivising
subjectivism
subjectivisms
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subjectivistic
subjectivistically
subjectivists (current term)
subjectivities
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subjets

Literary usage of Subjectivists

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1. Psychology by Antonio Rosmini (1886)
"subjectivists (intellectual), who set and so render themselves sensible ; (2) out with consciousness, erroneously sup- that, after they are rendered ..."

2. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"The subjectivists have been accused of degrading their science by making the validity of the aesthetic judgment dependent on the mere passing whim of any ..."

3. Russian Sociology: A Contribution to the History of Sociological Thought and by Julius Friedrich Hecker (1915)
"In evaluating Chernov's sociological work we find that it shows an advance over that of the older subjectivists. Its theories have a sounder philosophical ..."

4. Epistemology; Or, The Theory of Knowledge: An Introduction to General by Peter Coffey (1917)
"... be exclusively a product of the subject, as extreme subjectivists hold, or whether it be produced in the subject by the Supreme Being, as Berkeley held. ..."

5. Epistemology; Or, The Theory of Knowledge: An Introduction to General by Peter Coffey (1917)
"... depends altogether on whether the intellect, when its assent to such principles is compelled,—as all, even subjectivists and sceptics, admit that it is ..."

6. Introduction to Psychology by Robert Mearns Yerkes (1911)
"But, on the other hand, there are persons who are by nature either objectivists or subjectivists. Typical of the former are those physical scientists who ..."

7. Freedom and Authority in Religion by Edgar Young Mullins (1913)
"Here again it may be interposed that the objection of the subjectivists is not ... Much of the confusion attending the efforts of the subjectivists arises ..."

8. The Meaning of the Terms: 'existence' and 'reality' by Alvin Thalheimer (1920)
"Nor is it, as subjectivists often think, over entities that are not being thought about. ... Now shall we be realists or shall we be subjectivists? ..."

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