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intersubjectivity

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  • noun The state or condition of being intersubjective.

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Examples

  • We know that the nature of intersubjectivity is ephemeral.

    Ambiguity is the closest we ever get to Reality

  • We know that the nature of intersubjectivity is ephemeral.

    2008 December 16 | NIGEL BEALE NOTA BENE BOOKS

  • On the contrary, the Indian/Vedic ontology is so steeped in the notion of intersubjectivity that such questions never arise in our mind.

    Archive 2007-04-01

  • On the contrary, the Indian/Vedic ontology is so steeped in the notion of intersubjectivity that such questions never arise in our mind.

    Let us not let down the most integral of the humans

  • Khi hiện tượng này vị tha, thường quan sát thấy trong tự nhiên, đi kèm trước khi sự nổi lên của "intersubjectivity", hoặc lý thuyết của tâm trong một loài, câu hỏi đặt ra, Tại sao các bà mẹ sẽ phát triển để chăm sóc của con cháu khác, ngay cả những loài khác không? là gì lợi thế tiến hóa?

    ideonexus.com »2009» tháng

  • This revision might defuse the issues just discussed, but it would abandon the notion of intersubjectivity with respect to truth or justification ” what for many proponents of MMR is a chief advantage of the position.

    Moral Relativism

  • Mohanty 1995), such as the transcendental-phenomenological method, the phenomenological structure of time-consciousness, the fundamental role of the notion of intersubjectivity in our conceptual system, the horizon-structure of our singular empirical thought, and more.

    Edmund Husserl

  • Psychic deadness, erasure of intersubjectivity, refusal of meaning-making, perversion of agency, and an inability to bear desire constitute the core features of the post-traumatic psychic landscape of torture.

    Think Progress » Former Bush Speechwriter Attacks Reporter For Pointing Out Bush Techniques Were Used By Khmer Rouge

  • In terms of communicative chains forged from subacoustical links and phonemic kinks, the negated subjectivity of language, however aesthetically mobilized, is the very source of a textual ethics of intersubjectivity.

    Phonemanography: Romantic to Victorian

  • She critiques the ethic of domination that pervades many texts on sexuality and still finds in them trajectories toward mutuality and intersubjectivity.

    Feminist Theology.

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