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In conclusion, affective politics, in rejecting the idea of the subject as a construction of power relations embraces a new notion of nonsubjective subjectivity, which can feel, think, behave and act in a sovereign way.
The solutions of this type require an objective or nonsubjective ground for practical reason because only an objective ground can make possible objective unified rational guidelines for every rational person.
Ever since the seventeenth century, according to philosopher Richard Bernstein, we have suffered a bad bout of "Cartesian anxiety"(29) over our belief in what he calls the "grand either/or,"(30) the conviction that we have to believe either that an objective reality exists beyond us which allows us to adjudicate conflicts of value or that everything is relative and we have no nonsubjective way to settle such conflicts.
This new technology gives highway officials a tool for the nonsubjective, repeatable measurement of retroreflectivity of pavement markings.
And it is nonsubjective - either it's raining or it's not.
Contrived, funny, occasionally poignant, and remarkably abundant, its wide-ranging congruences move us not toward any philosophical conclusion but toward bemused wonder at our ability to see ourselves mirrored in the nonsubjective universe.
It is the means by which the "artist's manner triumphs over the nonsubjective world.
The only way to get some sense of what they might see is to use a nonsubjective method, like a camera that records UV reflections.
The fifth chapter takes the measure of nonsubjective theories of value, including those based on transcendence, idealism, ontology, intellectualism, vitalism, needs, action, labor, and practicality.
These assays provide a nonsubjective, specific and accurate quantification of P.
Counterbalancing possible response bias among those occupants who participated in our study is our finding of gradients of nonsubjective tests and reported medication use in relation to symptom intensity.