Definition of Subjectivize

1. Verb. (transitive) To make subjective ¹



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Definition of Subjectivize

1. [v -VIZED, -VIZING, -VIZES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subjectivize

subjectives
subjectivise
subjectivised
subjectivises
subjectivising
subjectivism
subjectivisms
subjectivist
subjectivistic
subjectivistically
subjectivists
subjectivities
subjectivity
subjectivization
subjectivizations
subjectivize (current term)
subjectivized
subjectivizes
subjectivizing
subjectless
subjectness
subjects
subjectwise
subjet
subjets
subjicible
subjoin
subjoinder
subjoinders
subjoined

Literary usage of Subjectivize

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1. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1912)
"To subjectivize them denatures them. They are independent of all and every intelligence, else science rings hollow and falsetto, for in it we are in fact ..."

2. The Century Dictionary: An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney (1891)
"... subjectivize (sub-jek'ti-viz), r. [< subjective + -ize.] To render subjective ; to bring into the perceptive mind. ..."

3. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1904)
"Nor does Paul so subjectivize the Spirit as to identify him with man's own spiritual disposition. The author vigorously disputes the widely spread opinion ..."

4. Encyclopedia of Sacred Theology: Its Principles by Abraham Kuyper (1898)
"... the least ground to subjectivize the miracles as such, after the intention of the Holy Scripture. Together with those single wonders, which one observed ..."

5. Ibsen in Germany, 1870-1900 by William Henri Eller (1918)
"... his tendency to subjectivize his theme, seemed to be disturbing. Although performed in Berlin several times, in Munich and in Schwerin, The Pretenders ..."

6. Ibsen in Germany, 1870-1900 by William Henri Eller (1918)
"... his tendency to subjectivize his theme, seemed to be disturbing. Although performed in Berlin several times, in Munich and in Schwerin, The Pretenders ..."

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