[From Latin subjectum: the subject or self that is the seat of consciousness.]

  1. (epistemology) Any doctrine (opposed to objectivism and realism) claiming that truth or value is relative to or dependent on the consciousness of the individual, and thus not objective. In general, subjectivism is a personalized form of relativism that in its most radical forms borders on emotionalism, irrationalism, or even solipsism.

The Ism Book by Peter Saint-Andre

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