(For the sake of schematic simplicity, I am ignoring various complications connected with time, which require some tedious but perfectly feasible elaborations.) Thus what may be called subjectivity
in the point of view is not a distinctive peculiarity of mind: it is present just as much in the photographic plate.
may be a falsifying influence, but it may also be an important virtue, adding intimacy, charm, or force.
"The metaphysician reasons deductively out of his own subjectivity
. The scientist reasons inductively from the facts of experience.
Tulliver had undertaken to act persuasively, and had failed; a fact which may receive some illustration from the remark of a great philosopher, that fly-fishers fail in preparing their bait so as to make it alluring in the right quarter, for want of a due acquaintance with the subjectivity
More specifically, cognitive limitations in the processing of performance information and the inability to verify performance outcomes can create assessment problems that limit the incentive-strengthening role of subjectivity
in performance evaluation.
There are two main objectives: one is a theoretical interest that involves examining the issue of subjectivity
and how intersubjective negotiations take shape in research encounters.
I am drawn to this task by a sense that the persistent invocation of rational choice in childbirth discussions depends on forms of subjectivity
that have been critiqued and challenged by feminist theorists as deeply inadequate.
Lawrence Hogue argues that while post-modern American fiction operates from notions of multiplicity, indeterminacy, fluidity, and incompleteness, major postmodern American male writers such as Thomas Pynchon and Paul Auster often reiterate a Eurocentric male subjectivity
in their novels.
Penafiel's art is an attempt to dissect the tensions that contemporary subjectivity
entails, and Egolactante has been at the core of that project.
They present new findings and results on such topics as the matrix and multiple layers of inter- subjectivity
and empathy; the mirror neurons discovery; from pre-verbal sharing and speech perception to meaning acquisition and verbal inter-subjectivity; and implications and applications of the inter-subjective matrix in therapy, intervention, and music.
: The Encoding of Subjectivity
in Medieval Narratives and Lyrics.
Drawing from this tradition, Renov notes that essays combine "descriptive and reflexive modalities" in which representations of the world are "consciously filtered through the flux of subjectivity