intersubjective

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intersubjective

(ˌɪntəsəbˈdʒɛktɪv)
adj
(Philosophy) philosophy existing or occurring between two or more conscious minds
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130) It is often able to obtain at least moderate levels of self-sacrifice because each individual's perception of the world and system of values is fashioned from intersubjectively communicated information.
Once money emerges, it, like all other institutions, constrains behavior by virtue of the advantages of participating in an intersubjectively created institution.
Just as the contemporary western political thought transformed its conception of the individual from a homogeneous, unitary and undifferentiated category of the public sphere to an ambivalent and heterogeneous mode of publicity, recent developments in international relations theory have paved the way for alternative conceptualizations of states as socially contingent, intersubjectively constructed agents, rather than unitary and homogeneous actors.
One must begin, at least minimally, with a set of intersubjectively shared "self-world" (construed broadly) interactions.
His claim is based on the observation that the autonomy of individuals to whom we ascribe rights itself necessarily trades upon intersubjectively recognized collective identities (pp.
The liberal theory of rights, the establishment of normative rules of behavior, is influenced by the society's political goals and thus expresses a particular cultural form of life, the self-understanding of a collectivity, that is, the ascriptive network of traditions, intersubjectively shared contexts of life and experience.
The absolute specificity of sound is all the reference needed; how it sounds is what it means, which is what I get from RED HOOK; (and perhaps too what's lurking about is the sense that music-language might be closer to body-language than it is to verbal-language 'because' it's possible to say that the former two expressive languages can easily convey their meanings intersubjectively and interpersonally without 'benefit of' the latter); but yet I (and Ben and you) still want and like to talk about 'our' music.
The variety of FSBs is an observed fact; we know from our objective (that is, intersubjectively agreed-upon) experience (above all, from our physiological or physical measurements) that patterns of manifestations of the brain's functioning also differ to a considerable extent--again, between and within subjects.
57) Since the exhortation and constraint we experience as communicative agents is directly consequent upon our intersubjectively (hence collectively) constituted identities, Habermas argues, discourse ethics entails an ineradicable concern for the common weal.
It clarified how we were constantly mulling intrasubjectively, jousting in dyads intersubjectively, and seeking to understand new managerial direction and environmental changes in light of the espoused and jointly held generically subjective understandings in the company.
It is objective because it can be intersubjectively evaluated against standards of argument and evidence shared by practitioners of a specific arena of discourse" (231).
New ethics affects to be equally disillusioned with the morality of the abstract, autonomous individual (which has affinities with Kantian reason), and with ethics conceived collectively and intersubjectively, whether the constitutional state (associated with Hegelian reason), or socialism and communism (associated with Marxist rationalism).