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  1. objectively-from “object” – i.e., corresponding to the object. for example, if the object of knowledge is a natural phenomenon, then objectively describing it will mean describing it as it is, without passing through the prism of perception of the researcher (who in this case is the subject).

    subjectively-from “subject” – that is, it somehow depends on the perception of the subject. for example, the perception of a work of art is subjective, because it affects the experience and experiences of the observer-subject.

    the problem is that today even science (traditionally considered”objective”) recognizes that the subject cannot but influence the behavior of the object (the observer effect), not to mention any interpretation that is always subjective in one way or another. and modern science requires interpretation more than ever.

    Therefore, I think that in the foreseeable future, science will abandon the categories of subjectivity and objectivity and either replace them with more adequate ones, or recognize any interpretation as subjective.

  2. in principle, it is possible to transfer from one subject to another without compromising the content of knowledge. What is objective is thatObjective truths are available to everyone by default and are equally true for everyone. They work even if they are not understood, but only mechanically reproduced.

    it is fundamentally rooted in the subject, based on the structure of his inner world. What is subjective is that Such knowledge can be transferred to another only to the extent that the structure of his inner world coincides or at least can recreate the structure of our world. And it will also work only to that extent.

    The advantage of objective knowledge is that it can be scaled relatively easily, allowing everyone to use and work with it. That is why objectivity is so well shown in systems where a large number of different and gradually changing people must work with knowledge (exact and natural sciences) or even people from a certain stage are not needed for work (technology). The only problem with objective knowledge is that it doesn't cover everything.

    The advantage of subjective knowledge is that only it is able to touch on existential (i.e., questions that are not alienated from the subject) issues: the meaning of life, the authenticity of existence, and this is all that is important for life. But the problems of scaling subjective knowledge entail the impossibility of reproducing it with a guarantee and continuing to work with it calmly, which implies its fragility, dependence on a specific carrier of knowledge, and the scale of work done personally by him with the inner world. This is probably why subjective truths tend to outperform objective truths on average, although I'm not sure about the latter.

    I will add that to perceive non-trivial subjective truths, it is not enough to find someone who has them — you need to change yourself; and the more complex the truth,the more you will have to change. Hence, in theory, the necessity of all spiritual practices and dogmas of religions should follow: because without the development of a certain internal position of the subject, what they say simply will not have that high meaning, the transfer of knowledge will be impossible and the continuity of a living tradition will be disrupted.

  3. The objectively existing reality seems to be the same for everyone. Subjectively – this is the reality passed through the filter of the personality of the evaluating person. Objectively beautiful people are beautiful from the point of view of the masses. Objectivity is also not always the absolute truth – maybe Wikipedia has a different opinion, of course. It always seemed to me that objectivity is an unbiased, non-judgmental judgment based on scientific data that comes not from the heart, but from the head, knowledge, statistics, and the laws of nature. This is accurate information that can be studied, compared, and verified. Does the brain work objectively, reading harmonious facial features as beautiful? From a scientific point of view, yes.

    Subjectively, it is the will of feeling, chance, emotion, moment, mood, personality. For example, I am in love and the face of a loved one seems beautiful to me (even inharmonious, and my opinion may not coincide with the opinion of the majority – from the point of view of accurate data, for example, the ratio of the proportion of the nose, the distance between the eyes and the height of the forehead, the face may not be perfect).

    It seems to work 5-6 hours a day – this is a small load, and a great schedule. For a single mother with two young children, 5-6 hours of work a day can be backbreaking – just like for a person with developmental disabilities, or mental illnesses or disabilities. This is an objective ifnormation with all factors taken into account, when the assessment does not have an author who judges by himself and his capabilities, and takes into account all factors.

    100 rubles is not much money in Moscow, but in Uganda it can be used for a whole family to have lunch, or to buy a simple medicine that can save a baby's life. Moscow and 100 rubles – this is my subjective assessment. The comparison provides a more objective view.

    Objectivity is scientific, cold, and logical. Subjectivity has an author, a position, a point of view – and the personality of the evaluator cannot be separated from the assessment. Often we try to judge ourselves (on average, this is how people live and work, I should / should do the same), and others from different positions – subjectively (well, he has children, repairs, his mother is sick, it's hard for him). Then we strictly ask ourselves why we can't do it and live with a sense of guilt. Sometimes it works the other way around – a person with birth privileges, for example, a 30-year-old white man with a college education and connections works in a cool job in an office with a high salary and can't understand why a black single mother with two children can't come to work on time, do her work on time, and in general what is wrong with her If he is objective, he will see why it is harder for her than for him – and if he is subjective, he will assume that their position is equal, because we are all people with two legs and arms, which is the problem.

    Objectivity is feminism. Subjectivity is an attempt to read feminism from your bell tower. Well, this is just an example.

  4. No way. This is generally a rather dubious couple of categories, which many people accept by default and uncritically, and ask a couple of questions — few people will be able to clearly answer. For example, do you exist objectively as a subject? Try to do without it – a lot of things will fall into place.

  5. People's REAL ESTIMATES of something are partly objective (exactly correct) and partly subjective (contain an error), a mixture of both.

    100% objectivity or subjectivity is impossible in principle.

    THE sum of the subjective and objective parts of the assessment is 100% , for example:

    95% + 5% = Objective + Subjective = 100%

  6. Understand-in any way 🙂

    As soon as you are going to understand “something”, this “something” immediately becomes subjective.

    The “something” itself remains the same object, but your understanding is the understanding of the subject.

    Objective reality remains objective reality until the very moment when one tries to understand, comprehend, evaluate, touch, smell it, that is, to include in the study of objectivity the feelings and views belonging to the subject…

  7. A looks at B, in this case A is the subject, B is the object. If B looks at A, it means the opposite. If they are both looking at each other, they will both consider themselves subjects that are looking at the object.

  8. There is only about what I see. A hackneyed phrase from a forgotten priest. Oneirology. So close, so far from understanding. And if we believe that reality is stable and real, why do dreams show more real pictures of events experienced and not experienced yet? Christopher Nolan's best film, The Beginning , is a kind of educational program for beginners. Especially the indicator of the reality of this measurement in the form of an ordinary bundle. But then again, this is just the beginning, and maybe that's what he meant. I am not a psychic, well, I can do a little, but what happens in dreams sometimes also makes me confuse reality with the enfernal world, and, for example, during the second or third awakening, when you realize that you came out of the third dream, where you seem to have already woken up. Yes, I sleep a lot, I need to lie down, osteochondrosis, I can't go to the hospital, 59 years old, all risk groups, and I need 14 hours of sleep, lie down, then walk 4-5 hours without a corset and a cane. But my brain, accustomed to a fairly large reception of information, I love music, film serials, previously read a lot, the library is 850 volumes, without all this, almost complete silence, hearing works at 25%. Insufficient excitation of brain neurons requires self-relaxation, and the Goya effect appears…..The mind's sleep breeds monsters….. Look at his paintings. and this is where information from parallel worlds enters, as if it were free territory, and unfortunately I have a very fine line with them. It's my own fault, I always tried to overcome it before, but then I got scared. But it's not just pictures, it's a touch to the subtle world, in which the past and the future, and the world of the departed. Yes, their souls are there, and very close to us, and sometimes here. What you call prophetic dreams is a combination of transcendent sides behind the thin border of this world, which protects ordinary, sorry, people from inferno. Foresight constantly. But they are also slightly veiled. Even daily – I saw that on the wallpaper in the kitchen, dirt appears. Friends come to see their son, normally, but after going too far, they don't look at the result. And it's obvious… almost before the fire…. Or in a dream, you feel yourself slipping and falling. You go out for a walk, go up, lie down on the right, but you don't break your leg. Because I knew I was going to fall. I wriggled out. The departed are generally tired, in a dream they live with me, as in a real apartment of their own, and for almost three generations. Even in the morning, opening my eyes, I ask my wife to cook porridge, then I remember that she has not been there for seven years. Wives of course. Of course, if I wrote an essay for money, I could have written twenty pages or a script. I don't want to now. But what is the line between real and not… No, I hope I gave you a little hint. So. Here. Please don't use insults.

  9. Objectively, this is as it really is without my value judgment, without my personal views and experience on this situation or subject.

    Subjectively – when I give an assessment for the same subject or situation.

  10. Objectivity of thinking is the collection of information from different sources on the same topic.Negative and positive opinions, compresses to an average outcome,selects the nominal one(from this total)the essence.Subjectivity, this is personal, your opinion about something, narrowly, not large-scale, “parochial thinking”, easier.I hope it's clear.Concise and concise.In a simple way.

  11. Objectively — a pood weight, subjectively – it is light or heavy=) The essence: objectively-these are the properties of the object, subjectively-the observer's assessment of the object. As for me, this is the easiest way to understand, but this is subjective =)

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