objectivism and subjectivism

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Theories that various kinds of judgement are, respectively, objective, i.e. pertain to objects, or subjective, i.e. pertain to subjects (people). (1) ‘Fish have fins’ is an objective claim: its truth ...

Subjects: Philosophy — Psychology.

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