Graduate studies at Western
Dissertation, Washington University (2000)
|Abstract||Many philosophical issues concern questions of objectivity and subjectivity. Of these questions, there are two kinds. The first considers whether something is objective or subjective; the second what it _means_ for something to be objective or subjective|
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