intersubjective

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intersubjective

(ˌɪntəsəbˈdʒɛktɪv)
adj
(Philosophy) philosophy existing or occurring between two or more conscious minds
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The study of understanding from hermeneutics supports the search for the meanings of human facts, facilitating the understanding of the relevance of dwellers' engagement in the participatory diagnosis subjectively and intersubjectively (20).
"It is perfectly possible for me to share your value judgments, but it is never intersubjectively compelling for you to share mine, never a matter of straight practical inference, and never a bow to the rules of rationality," he writes in Against Politics.
Ludwig Wittgenstein (1974) called these intersubjectively constructed horizons language games.
Not only had they been transitioned into English only classrooms that removed one of their languages from learning, but the remaining language, English in this case, was expected to be used privately, for their own thoughts, instead of socially and intersubjectively. At home, these same students practiced their bi-lingualism unrestrictedly, moving from room to room, participating in all kinds of activities.
He differentiates between (1) a "spatial point-of-view sequence," which is the "least subjective"; (2) a "(quasi-)perceptual point-of-view sequence" (259) that is much less intersubjectively valid; (3) a "(quasi-) perceptual overlay," which represents aspects of a character's consciousness (such as sound perception) without approximating his or her spatial position; and (4) the "nonnarratorial representation of internal worlds" (26if.), which calls for a change of diegetic level.
In this sense, Taylor connects the framework of the subject with the intersubjectively held moral horizon of a community of interpreters, in a manner similar to how Kuhn associates the world-building worldview of the individual with the disciplinary matrix in which they are positioned.
He observes that we probably all participate and experience intersubjectively with other human beings, and at least some of us with other animals, pretty much all of the time.
The individual characteristics that distinguish each unique person can be discerned only through the revelations of that person, gained intersubjectively through interaction and engagement on a basis of equality.
For example, according to Habermas, realism presupposes that one can justify norms and non-norms independently of the intersubjectively acquired concepts that are the building blocks of language and discourse.
Journalists' ideas, values and beliefs, which are intersubjectively shared by the society where journalists inhabit, can influence news production in indirect and unintended ways.
I get frustrated in that we then do not have the time for me to bring our (patient and therapist) way of relating into the space, which, if one works intersubjectively or relationally, is a substantial part of what informs the work.