[ uhb-jek-tuh-viz-uhm ]
/ əbˈdʒɛk təˌvɪz əm /
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a tendency to lay stress on the objective or external elements of cognition.
the tendency, as of a writer, to deal with things external to the mind rather than with thoughts or feelings.
a doctrine characterized by this tendency.
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OTHER WORDS FROM objectivismob·jec·tiv·ist, noun, adjectiveob·jec·ti·vis·tic, adjectivenon·ob·jec·ti·vis·tic, adjective
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How to use objectivism in a sentence
And now he is the CEO of a libertarian institution, not an Objectivist one.
Voit has employed a similar method of documentation, a neo-objectivist approach that is both clinical and forensic.
British Dictionary definitions for objectivism
/ (əbˈdʒɛktɪˌvɪzəm) /
the tendency to stress what is objective
- the meta-ethical doctrine that there are certain moral truths that are independent of the attitudes of any individuals
- the philosophical doctrine that reality is objective, and that sense data correspond with it
Derived forms of objectivismobjectivist, noun, adjectiveobjectivistic, adjectiveobjectivistically, adverb
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