noun, plural sub·jec·tiv·i·ties for 2.
- subjective sensation,
- subjective spirit,
- subjective symptom,
Origin of subjectivity
Examples from the Web for subjectivity
Volatility of reputation and subjectivity of quality make it difficult to define the novel in terms of absolute excellence.
Subjectivity and exaggerating the foibles or bad reasoning of the opposition in political coverage was the norm.
One where there was little room for subjectivity, where the personal impression of the interviewer counted less.Men Without a Country: Mike Brown, Trayvon Martin, My Father and Me|Arthur Chu|August 12, 2014|DAILY BEAST
And like most complex films, it is up to the viewer—and the sort of subjectivity he or she brings to the viewing—to decide.'Room 514': Israeli Film Looks at Gender, Justice, Sexuality & the Occupation|Mira Sucharov|September 3, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I happen to believe an audience is totally capable of weighing in the objectivity or subjectivity of the filmmaker.Where Does the Line Between Fact and Fiction Fall for Documentaries?|Jacob Bernstein|March 20, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Everything he sees is refracted in the waters of his subjectivity, from which he cannot escape.The Legacy of Greece|Various
Subjectivity asserts itself, and endeavours to supplant all outward authority.The Development of Metaphysics in Persia|Muhammad Iqbal
The comments, like all human criticisms, varied according to the subjectivity and prejudices of the visitors.My New Curate|P.A. Sheehan
The other, the second principle, regards the subjectivity of man in its bearing on chance.
What if this subjectivity were the true source of that peculiar certainty belonging to synthetic judgments priori?History of Modern Philosophy|Alfred William Benn