- any of various theories maintaining that moral judgments are statements concerning the emotional or mental reactions of the individual or the community.
- any of several theories holding that certain states of thought or feeling are the highest good.
Related formssub·jec·tiv·ist, nounsub·jec·ti·vis·tic, adjectivesub·jec·ti·vis·ti·cal·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for subjectivism
Criticism has similarly its three constitutive factors, rationalism, subjectivism, immanence.
In so far as subjectivism reduces reality to states of knowledge, such as perceptions or ideas, it is phenomenalism.The Approach to Philosophy|Ralph Barton Perry
We have already seen, in the Sophists, the phenomenon of subjectivism leading to scepticism.A Critical History of Greek Philosophy|W. T. Stace
None the less Kants subjectivism finds one of its most decided expressions in A 114.
It opens up boundless possibilities of subjectivism in a man who was apparently only too matter-of-fact.Edward Caldwell Moore|Edward Moore