>From: James Rogers <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>>On 10/4/01 6:58 AM, "Brian D Williams" <email@example.com> wrote:
>> As anyone who has taken philosophy 101 knows there is no such
>> thing as objective, man is the measure.
>Doesn't subjectivity imply the existence of an objective, even if
>"objective" cannot be observed?
I should have stated "no such thing as being objective, or
Objectivity is only something that can be attempted or strived for
rather than actually achieved, since we are all subjects with
inherent biases and prejudice.
This is getting quite Zen like.
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