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No one saw that this objective was really a subjective, and involved the subjectivity of all knowledge.

Everything he sees is refracted in the waters of his subjectivity, from which he cannot escape.

This was better than deciding between objectivity and subjectivity.

This subjectivity is intensified by the complete adoption of the ego-narrative.

In his criticism of Renan, Mazzini attacks any theory of the subjectivity of the Divine.

The beginning of this philosophy of subjectivity is found with the Stoics.

He is a subjectivity existing in the imagination of orthodox Christians.

With him, too, the whole stands yet on the plane of subjectivity.

It rather enters into its own subjectivity, and constitutes it.

(ii) According to tradition experience is (at least primarily) a psychical thing, infected throughout by "subjectivity."

WORD ORIGIN

1812, from subjective + -ity.

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