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Moreover, we don’t generally take these facts to be mere records of our subjective preferences or of cultural norms.
These algorithms may seem mathematical and objective, but Woolley says the system is “incredibly subjective,” with many human decisions behind how and why particular content gets recommended.
There is still almost no scientific understanding of how the “boops” of electrochemical pulses in the brain become the subjective experience of thinking, feeling, or remembering.
However, judging the quality of writing is highly subjective.
Of course, measuring emotions is highly complex, and given how subjective and multifaceted they are, quantitative measurements will never entirely displace the qualitative element of evaluating and describing what we’re thinking and feeling.
It makes diagnosis a slow, difficult, subjective process and stops researchers from understanding the true nature and causes of the spectrum of mental maladies or developing better treatments.
Frege worried that such an understanding would make arithmetic entirely subjective, placing it on no firmer ground than the latest fashion trends.
They were not pretenders and quacks; they were sceptics who denied subjective truths, and labored for outward advantage.
He did not deny to ideas a subjective existence, but he did deny that they have an objective existence.
Let us put aside for a moment planetary and sidereal visions, which appear more subjective than objective.
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