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SUBJECTIVISM

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Originally appearing in Volume V25, Page 1062 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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SUBJECTIVISM, a philosophical term, applied in general to all theories which lay stress on the purely mental sides of experience opposed to objectivism. In the narrowest sense subjectivism goes to the logical extreme of denying that mind can know objects at all (cf. SOLIPSISM). The doctrine originates in the fact that the most elementary psychic phenomena pre-suppose in addition to the data of the senses (which as such are momentary) a combining action of the mind. (See IDEALISM.)
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