She had no knowledge of the subjective qualities in themselves.
Subjective experience of time is just that—subjective.
The overall compression performance of these two emerging technologies was analysed based on both objective and subjective tests.
Subjective scales were developed because they tend to be more useful than a totally objective scale in describing how the ear works.
Others reserve the term “probability” for the subjective notion.
Sophia’s subjective probabilities are measured by, but not identical to her (fair) betting ratios.
in cases where the phenomenon in question is neither intrinsic nor subjective, but rather objective.
(a) Subjective Bayesians emphasize the relative lack of rational constraints on prior probabilities.
To every subjective idea belongs an objective one which is what is thought by the subjective idea (see TS I: §48, 158).
The subjective deduction is about what the mind, the “subjective sources” of understanding (A97), must as a consequence be like.
In contrast, consequentialist moral theories that focus on intended or foreseen consequences are usually described as subjective consequentialism.
We have discussed how to measure and interpret subjective probabilities, and why degrees of belief should be subjective probabilities.
The problem of logical omniscience is particularly acute for expected utility theory in general, and the theory of subjective probability in particular.
Genera and universal wholes both consist of subjective parts, but they differ with respect to the items that are their subjective parts.
Greely is less sure: “I’m willing to agree that it’s still truly a subjective state, but there are objective things that can give you more or less confidence in the reality of that subjective state.”
Although Frege seems to concede that sometimes a color word “signifies our subjective sensation”, the general drift of the argument points to a much stronger conclusion, that our subjective sensations are simply not “expressible in words”.
The chief appeal of hybrid theories is their inclusiveness: all the components of subjective well-being seem important, and there is probably no component of subjective well-being that does not at times get included in “happiness” in ordinary usage.
In different ways, they both treat judgments of beauty neither precisely as purely subjective nor precisely as objective but, as we might put it, as inter-subjective or as having a social and cultural aspect, or as conceptually entailing an inter-subjective claim to validity.
Now though Santayana thought the experience of beauty could be profound or could even be the meaning of life, this account appears to make beauty a sort of mistake: one attributes subjective states (indeed, one's own) to a thing which in many instances is not capable of having subjective states.
The art of education has to take into account the subjective receptiveness and appreciation of beauty and human greatness, the subjective emotions of interest, joy and adventure, and “the ultimate motive power” (1929a: 62), that is, the sense of importance, values and possibilities (cf.1929a: 45–65).
- taking place within the mind and modified by individual bias
Example: a subjective judgment
- of a mental act performed entirely within the mind
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