Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Existing or obtaining between different individual minds: used only in the phrase intersubjective intercourse. See the quotation.
- adj. Involving or occurring between separate conscious minds.
- adj. Accessible to or capable of being established for two or more subjects.
- inter- + subjective (Wiktionary)
“Instead, he embraces a two-person psychology, which views all human behavior as codetermined by two interacting and mutually influencing worlds of experience, which he calls the intersubjective field.”
“Importantly, whatever the status of "that which cannot be shown by science," these things are important to our "intersubjective" knowledge about the world.”
“29 While some feminist anthropologists took their post-modernist male colleagues to task for reducing ethnography to an invention of self and other, thereby denying all claims voiced through collaborative efforts between Western academics and non-Western subjects, 30 feminist scholars working with African women's life histories went to ever greater lengths to explain their research process and defend the value of "intersubjective" fieldwork.”
“One real problem is that language creates an intersubjective (rather than truly objective) framework for communicating things.”
“For example, there is a very narrow difference between looking at something as being “objective” and something as being “intersubjective.””
“It evolves through structures, through self structures that are part and parcel of intersubjective cultural structures.”
“Indeed this has to do with what I was saying before about changes in how we communicate based on our audience (about language being intersubjective).”
“Listening for what wants to happen is to follow the intelligence of the intersubjective space, the morphogenetic Field.”
“That means being willing to sacrifice anything and everything so that the intersubjective world of our shared culture becomes the stage on which the spiritual reality of who we really are, beyond our separate egos, comes to the fore.”
“It involves a methodology for inducing transpersonal experiences, systematic collection of data, and intersubjective validation.”
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