nonobjectivity

nonobjectivity

(ˌnɒnˌɒbdʒɛkˈtɪvətɪ)
n
the quality or state of not being objective
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The Shurat HaDin Israel Law Center recently performed an experiment exposing Facebook's nonobjectivity and dishonesty regarding the conflict between the Jews in Israel and the Arabs, Muslims, and Palestinians who seek to kill them.
Because spatial large rotations are physically nonadditive, an improper discretization of spatial rotations may lead to nonobjectivity of strain measures [1].
(Glass of Absinthe, a year later still, uses a found spoon, but it is incorporated formally into the bronze confection of the sculpture in a way that qualifies its ready-made quality.) Picasso also inspired Tatlin (when the Russian visited his studio in early 1914) to launch his great reliefs, yet wanted nothing to do with the Constructivist reading of his Guitars: Material as such, structure as such, was not for him, any more than a full plunge into nonobjectivity or an actual involvement with architecture was.
However, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has held that the mere potential for bias and appearance of nonobjectivity from commingling is sufficient to create a fatal due process defect under the Pennsylvania Constitution.
the objectivity or nonobjectivity of [their] content." (25) Dreams hence represent on the part of a fully formed subject a reversion to the kind of not yet full content, that is, to content not yet subjected to rules, that is the sole form of occurrence of content in the subject who is coming into formation.
The consequence-as Derrida says regarding Husserl's use of the Idea in the Kantian sense--is that the 'substitution of ideality for nonidentity, of objectivity for nonobjectivity, is infinitely deferred.' (30) The distinctions at which such regulative Ideas aim--which are here the same for Hintikka as they are for Husserl--always end up 'caught in the following aporia: de facto and realiter they are never respected [...].
The aim of this work is to overcome the deficiencies of the previous models such as, mesh dependency, nonobjectivity of the numerical response and strain localization encountered by using general softening plasticity models [13-15].
Harris has discussed the nonneutrality and nonobjectivity of such methods and written against them in Handel as Orpheus: Voice and Desire in the Chamber Cantatas (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001).
In the fourth frame, nonobjectivity was achieved by further manipulating line, shape, color and value contrast.
The more sophisticated technology employed with isokinetics appears less affected by nonobjectivity.
Most of the paintings consisted of shapes floating in empty space, many of them by Rudolph Bauer, the lover of the director, the Baroness Hilla Rebay, who used to sit at the reception desk, eagerly discussing the philosophy of nonobjectivity with anyone interested.
God is here, not as an eternal nonobjectivity but graspable in his Word within the church.