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subjective

1. existing only as perceived and not as a thing in itself
2. Med (of a symptom, condition, etc.) experienced only by the patient and incapable of being recognized or studied by anyone else
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The traditional view holds that one's subjective obligations are the result of a counterfactual: One subjectively ought to 9 if and only if, on the assumption that the contents of one's beliefs are true, one objectively ought to [phi].
He insisted that people should not read the Scriptures subjectively or intuitively and that they could gain access to God only through the Church.
In other words, they are subjectively innocent, or flee of moral fault, for their participation in an unjust war.
However, given this, it may seem more accurate to say that a subjectively self-aware individual is actually environment-aware rather than self-aware, and, as Duval and Wicklund explained, this is indeed accurate--at least in the "usual sense of the term" (refer to p.
In parallel to dealing with Cocteau, I'm also dealing with a subjectively loaded kind of fiction, a sort of fantasy about that which is Parisian.
Students with a history of the most frequent performances, subjectively experienced as successful, had the lowest levels of performance anxiety.
The court held that a supervisor was not deliberately indifferent, noting that the mere fact that a supervisor was not integrally involved with the day to day activities of his subordinates did not mean that he was deliberately indifferent to the need to provide adequate medical care to a suicidal inmate, even though the supervisor was subjectively aware of the prisoner's suicidal state.
Chart recorders are no longer necessary to plot curves that then have to be subjectively interpreted.
27) Based on Katz, of course, in order for a person's expectation of privacy to enjoy Fourth Amendment protection, that expectation must be both subjectively (28) and objectively reasonable.
employee subjectively selects which ones he/she thinks should be kept), then audits should be periodically performed to ensure that employees are correctly categorizing and retaining important communications.
That's subjectively gleaned from the votes cast by the presidents, provosts and admissions officers at other schools slotted in the same U.
Unlike the laws passed by Congress, the laws of physics and nature cannot be repealed, modified, or subjectively interpreted.