What is Subjectivism and What Does It Mean?July 2, 2021
It is the understanding that regards the object as the product of the subject, as opposed to the objectivism understanding that considers the object outside and independent of the subject.
Basically, it reduces the existence of the external world to the existence of the subject (there is the external world as long as the subject exists, there is no external world if the subject does not exist), and it also reduces the value judgments in almost every field to subjective and individual evaluations.
In subjectivist logic, which is also called subjectivism, the criterion of right and wrong, good and evil, beautiful and ugly is subjective and individual. (Human is the criterion of everything) So the truth is not objective (it does not change according to people) and it is something that is arbitrary, subjective and can change from person to person. In this respect, ‘agnosticism’ is a necessary consequence of subjectivism and ‘solipsism’ is the inevitable result.