intersubjectivity


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intersubjectivity

shared experiences between people; agreements on knowledge, etc. The existence of‘intersubjectivity’, since it need make no claims to OBJECTIVISM, counteracts such doctrines as SOLIPSISM, RELATIVISM and INCOMMENSURABILITY, all of which suggest barriers to working agreements on ‘knowledge’. See also LIFE-WORLD.
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