- 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.
OTHER WORDS FROM subjectivismsub·jec·tiv·ist, nounsub·jec·ti·vis·tic, adjectivesub·jec·ti·vis·ti·cal·ly, adverb
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Subjectivism, based on vital experience, mixes no better with this system than oil with water.Outspoken Essays|William Ralph Inge
The subjectivism of the Stoics and Epicureans is followed by the scepticism of Pyrrho and his successors.
Lastly, subjectivism ends naturally in scepticism, the denial of all knowledge, the rejection of all philosophy.
We have already seen, in the Sophists, the phenomenon of subjectivism leading to scepticism.
This subjectivism has as its necessary consequences, one-sidedness, absence of originality, and finally complete scepticism.