Subjectivism meaning

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(epistemology) The doctrine that knowledge is based in feelings or intuition.
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Any of various theories holding that the only valid standard of judgment is that of the individual. For example, ethical subjectivism holds that individual conscience is the only appropriate standard for moral judgment.
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An ethical theory holding that personal attitudes and feelings are the sole determinants of moral values.
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Any philosophic theory that restricts knowledge in some way to the subjective elements, as by limiting external reality to what can be known or inferred by subjective standards of truth.
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(metaphysics) The doctrine that reality is created or shaped by the mind.
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(ethics) The doctrine that values and moral principles come from attitudes, convention, whim, or preference.
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The quality of being subjective.
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The philosophic theory that all knowledge is subjective and relative, never objective.
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