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What makes a belief true or false I call a "fact." The particular fact that makes a given belief true or false I call its "objective,"* and the relation of the belief to its objective I call the "reference" or the "objective reference" of the belief.
You also tried to release the objective case from its thraldom to the preposition, and it is written that servants should obey their masters.
But he already felt that Howards End was the objective, and, though he disliked the house, was determined to defend it.
I steered a middle course between the Objective side and the Subjective side.
His true objective was the provision of a full, accurate, legible script for our noble but ill-dressed language; but he was led past that by his contempt for the popular Pitman system of Shorthand, which he called the Pitfall system.
A general does nothing but command the troops, indicates the objective, and hardly ever uses a weapon himself.
To that intelligence there could be no objective knowledge of a body.
Deprived of air it would die; but if only a sufficient amount of the gas was introduced to stupefy an ordinary creature it would have no effect upon the rykor, who had no objective mind to overcome.
objective , which means that he presents life and character without bias; or subjective , coloring his work with his personal tastes, feelings and impressions.
It seems that each green warrior has certain objective points for his fire under relatively identical circumstances of warfare.
I had not time to express my surprise at this new proposition, when, at Captain Nemo's call, an objective was brought into the saloon.
It was after the course had been changed and all sail set, and after the Ancient Mariner had privily informed him that Taiohae, in the Marquesas, was their objective, that Daughtry gaily proceeded to shave.