Subjectivity

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Publisher Description

It is a novel book. Subjectivity is the condition of being a subject: i. e. , the quality of possessing perspectives, experiences, feelings, beliefs, desires, and/or power. Subjectivity is used as an explanation for what influences and informs people's judgments about truth or reality. It is the collection of the perceptions, experiences, expectations, personal or cultural understanding, and beliefs specific to a person. It is often used in contrast to the term objectivity, which is described as a view of truth or reality which is free of any individual's influence. Subjectivity is an inherently social mode that comes about through innumerable interactions within society. As much as subjectivity is a process of individuation, it is equally a process of socialization, the individual never being isolated in a self-contained environment, but endlessly engaging in interaction with the surrounding world. Culture is a living totality of the subjectivity of any given society constantly undergoing transformation. Subjectivity is both shaped by it, but also by other things like the economy, political institutions, communities, as well as the natural world.

GENRE
Sci-Fi & Fantasy
RELEASED
1940
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
16
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SELLER
Public Domain
SIZE
164.5
KB

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