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  1. The concepts of “objective-subjective” are usually used in the exchange of opinions. Is that what you're talking about?

    If this is the case, then a subjective opinion is your point of view. And an objective opinion is a point of view that takes into account the position of all participants in the process to one degree or another. A kind of “arithmetic mean” )

  2. Objectively, this is something that can be measured and described in numbers. Subjectively-this is everything that is based on people's opinions and assessments.

    22C, 735 mm Hg, 7 m / s, humidity 66% – objective weather information. It's warm outside-subjective. Any assessment is a priori subjective, regardless of whose opinion they express.

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