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perspectivism

(pəˈspɛktɪˌvɪzəm)
n
(Philosophy) philosophy the philosophical theory, originated by Nietzsche, that states that there are many different world views depending on an individual's particular perspective
Translations
perspectivisme
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4) There were ten apprentice assassins: young Hegelians such as Marx; perspectivists like Nietzsche; Lukacs's infiltration of the classical apathy principle by partisan thinking; Heidegger's phenomenology of authenticity; von Weizsacker's post-Hiroshima stance on "science and responsibility;" Kierkegaard's existentialism; Scheler, Kuhn, Foucault and the sociology of knowledge; feminism and gender studies such as Butler's; the neurological theses of Damasio; and Bruno Latour's network theory.
Yes, it is a matter known and researched even from the Antiquity, a matter that stood guidance to the perspectivists as well, in their search for methods suggesting three-dimensionalism on a canvas.
Those who say "I call it as I see it" are perspectivists.
Nevertheless, I believe that there is a substantial question at issue between objectivists and perspectivists when it comes to what might be called the "overall ought" of practical deliberation.
The Perspectivists wanted to challenge the prevailing epistemology with subjectivity and a standpoint epistemology.
Now that we've reached the top, skilled perspectivists,
The Divina's preface praises da Vinci as "the most worthy of painters, perspectivists, architects, and musicians, the man endowed with all the virtues.
Balanced literacy perspectivists (Afflerbach, 2007; Cowen, 2003; Gipps, 1999; Hoffman, Paris, Sala, Patterson, & Assaf, 2003; Johnston & Costello, 2005; Pearson, 2004; Reutzel & Cooter, 2004) believe that the fundamental purpose of school-based literacy assessment should be to use the many and varied forms of literacy assessment to identify students' abilities in the pursuit of a broad range of personal and social interests.
But, if as perspectivists we are also influenced by a relativistic epistemology and ethic, we might also conclude that the answer does not ultimately matter since one answer to the question is as defensible--or indefensible--as another.
By this time these theories included those of the perspectivists Roger Bacon and John Pecham, which are more complex and in some ways combine features of the Stoic and Aristotelian accounts.
A sudden jump to the nineteenth century looks at architectural photography, comparing it to the work of the topographical perspectivists.
That no one, including postmodern perspectivists, thinks they are legitimate morally means that underneath epistemological perspectivism lie at least a few deeply lodged commitments that play the role of absolutes even if they cannot be proven to be absolutes.