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Metaphysical Objectivism is a philosophical position that holds that there are objective facts about reality that exist independently of human beliefs, perceptions, or attitudes. This view maintains that there is a single, objective reality that exists, regardless of how humans perceive or interpret it.
Metaphysical Objectivism is often contrasted with Relativism, which holds that reality is subjective and that different people or cultures may have different perspectives on what is true or real. Objectivism, on the other hand, maintains that there is a single, objective truth that can be discovered through rational inquiry and empirical investigation.
It is the opposite of Metaphysical Subjectivism.