intersubjective

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intersubjective

(ˌɪntəsəbˈdʒɛktɪv)
adj
(Philosophy) philosophy existing or occurring between two or more conscious minds
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Review of: Anya Daly, Merleau-Ponty and the Ethics of Intersubjectivity, Palgrave Macmillan, 2016, xvi + 312 pp.
Chief Executive Film Festival Amjad Bhatti said that ethnocultural diversity and regional intersubjectivity make Asia an insightful cinematographic landscape of plural heritage, shared legends, crisscrossing pasts and intertwined futures.
Scholars of philosophy explore such arguments in moral theory, covering reflexions on the general structure and problems of transcendental arguments; uses and discussions of transcendental reasoning based on the self-reflective structure of personal autonomy, rational agency, or human self-understanding; and transcendental reasoning inspired by pragmatism, linguistics, and theories of intersubjectivity.
The first pattern was called transubjective intersubjectivity, for it refers to presubjective experiences of existence, to a field of Me-Other non-differentiation.
A content analysis measured the intersubjectivity of peer responses by analyzing the interaction analysis model (IAM) phase of each post and comparing with the IAM phase of the previous post.
The validity of objective knowledge rests on intersubjectivity upon which all rational constructs are founded.
In the second part of the research, the evolution intersubjectivity is tested by assessing empathy in non-human primates.
Much of the impetus for this second 'Grand Theory' emerged from studies in early infant development wherein various forms of research evidence suggested a foundational intersubjectivity that coordinates one individual's actions with those of an other or others and which, in turn, facilitates both cognitive and emotional development (Jaenicke, 2007).
But the second part on intersubjectivity is, from a systematic standpoint, the most interesting piece of original scholarship for those familiar with Husserl's thought.
The Investigation of Romance in Masson's Coupable/Guilty (2008)," by Julia Dobson; "Eleonore Faucher's Haptic Cinema in Brodeuses/A Common Thread (2004)," by Delphine Benezet; "The French Female Butterfly Collector: Hadzihalilovic, Denis, de Van and the Cinema du Corps," by Davina Quinlivan; "Between Women: Gesture, Intermediality, and Intersubjectivity in the Installations of Agnes Varda and Chantal Akerman," by Jenny Chamarette; "Autobiography, (Re-) Enactment and the Performative Self-Portrait in Varda's Les Plages d'Agnes/ The Beaches of Agnes (2008)," by Dominique Bluher; "The New Eve: Faith, Femininity, and the Fairy Tale in Catherine Breillat's Barbe Bleue/ Bluebeard (2009)," by Catherine Wheatley.
The various other factors he examines in his luminous existentialist philosophical probing can be viewed in terms of how they contribute to or detract from Presence and Intersubjectivity in human encounters.
Part II examines the contents of this test, noting the difficulties of existing objective approaches and introducing the concept of intersubjectivity as it relates to treaties.