objectivism

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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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44) For these reasons, Gadamer thinks that objectivistic social and historical sciences as well as historical understanding are epistemological failures.
I mentioned before that his use of the term unconscious, represents his objectivistic tendency on methodological stage.
Rather, the time has passed when any one ideological discourse of the South can claim objectivistic grounding as authoritative history.
The "opening" cannot be defended on purely rationalistic, objectivistic, scientific grounds nor can it be proven on those grounds.
After embedding Gendler's distinction in a dual-process model of moral cognition, the article argues that the distinction also suggests a possible dissolution of what is perhaps the organizing problem of contemporary moral psychology: the apparent tension between the inherently motivational role of moral judgments and their manifestly objectivistic phenomenology.
The essence of freedom is lost, then, when we work with objectivistic views of the world.
In transcending nature, the person is thus transcending, not the realm of necessity per se, but the realm of individual, objectivistic existence.