Ontological objectivity


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To exist ontologically objectively is to have an existence that does not depend on being experienced by a human or animal subject.

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Mountains and molecules have an existence that does not depend on being experienced by a human or animal subject; they are ontologically objective. Pains, tickles, and itches exist only insofar as they are experienced by a subject. They are ontologically subjective.1

Last updated on 12/11/2021

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