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objectivism (b·jekˑ·ti·vizˑ·m),

n principle of modern biomedicine according to which the one observing is separate from what is being observed.
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Apparently Nelson subscribes to Rand's objectivist philosophy.
3) The fact that the Objectivist philosophy of Ayn Rand, which raises selfishness to a virtue and reduces altruism to "slavery," has increasingly infiltrated the highest levels of corporate America and the nation's business schools.
Based on the Objectivist philosophy of Ayn Rand, this manual instructs the reader on how to build and preserve a mutually fulfilling sexual relationship with the romance equation boiled down to a point-by-point, easy-to-understand workbook, complete with intellectual exercises at the end of each chapter.
Shakespeare, others, too, but these were purely personal opinions and not part of the Objectivist philosophy.
And could there be a less relevant economic guru than Rand, whose Objectivist philosophy equated unfettered capitalism with absolute morality?