Subjectivity

Posted: May 3, 2009 in Music & Philosophy

This comes from my facebook status update.  It was too fun.  It is inspired by Brent Gerrard’s sunday sermon.  

Jason Michel LeFèbvre:

Absolute truth is relatively subjective, whereas relativity is absolutely objective. This is not to be confused with relative objectivity, which is absolutely subjective. Truth, on the other hand, is absolutely objective, relatively speaking.
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Jason Michel LeFèbvre at 6:10pm May 3
Yes yes yes. The truth is often objectified for the relativity of subjection. But what are you REALLY trying to say, Jason?

Jason Michel LeFèbvre at 6:11pm May 3
No no no! You’ve got it all wrong! The objective of subjectivity is often relativized for the sake of truth, duh!

Jason Michel LeFèbvre at 6:11pm May 3
“Relativized” isn’t a word, idiot.

Jason Michel LeFèbvre at 6:12pm May 3
Words are merely an objective example of how subjective relative truth can be.

Jason Michel LeFèbvre at 6:12pm May 3
Absolutely!

Jason Michel LeFèbvre at 7:36pm May 3
Uh, no. Haven’t you listened to one word I’ve said? NOT ABSOLUTELY!

Jason Michel LeFèbvre at 7:37pm May 3
So… I forgot which point I was defending…

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