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来自 subject,从属于，受支配于，-ive,形容词后缀。引申比喻义受大脑支配的，用于语法格 指主观的。比较 objective,客观的。
- subjective (adj.)
- c. 1500, "characteristic of one who is submissive or obedient," from Late Latin subiectivus "of the subject, subjective," from subiectus "lying under, below, near bordering on," figuratively "subjected, subdued"(see subject (n.)). In early Modern English as "existing, real;" more restricted meaning "existing in the mind" (the mind as "the thinking subject") is from 1707, popularized by Kant and his contemporaries; thus, in art and literature, "personal, idiosyncratic" (1767). Related: Subjectively; subjectiveness.
- 1. We know that taste in art is a subjective matter.
- 2. Human perception is highly imperfect and by definition subjective.
- 3. a highly subjective point of view
- 4. Try to avoid being subjective and one - sided when looking at problems.
- 看问题要避免主观 片面.
- 5. The Kantian categories differ from those of Aristotle in being subjective.
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