Definition of objectivistic in English:


Pronunciation /əbˌjektəˈvistik/


See objectivism

‘As long as one remains in the natural attitude there is a tendency towards an objectivistic self-understanding, that is, understanding one's own subjectivity in objective terms.’
  • ‘Some writers have noted the parallelisms between an objectivistic Marxism and Whitehead's objective relativism.’
  • ‘Our application of this framework involves a morally objectivistic legal idealism, based upon Gewirth's Principle of Generic Consistency.’
  • ‘Ramayana was strictly an objectivistic tale based on reasons and uncompromising morals like a democratic society, capitalistic free-trade civilization and virtue of selfishness.’
  • ‘The present article directs criticism at this objectivistic approach.’