subjective psychology

sub·jec·tive psy·chol·o·gy

the study of one's own mind and its various modes of action as a basis for psychological deductions.
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A subjectivist translates all claims about probability into claims about subjective psychology. Subjectivism is an irretrievable position.
and in demonstrating how experience is shaped by subjective psychology.
Both use quantum mechanics to fathom these, except that physics does so without self-reference, whereas subjective psychology has self-reference as central to all else.
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