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    Subjectivism is a epistemological doctrine which follows the idea that "our own mental activity is the only unquestionable fact of our experience", instead of shared or communal, and therefore that there is no external or objective truth. It is the opposite of Objectivism. Subjectivism advocates that facts and logic are purely subjective things and even when they try to be the most objective as possible, they will still be subjective according to each human.

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    Subjectivism advocates the only thing that matters in human existence is the individual and collective interpretation of everything, where there is no objective truths and facts, everything is a purely subjective thing according to each one's wills and thoughts. The only possible objective truth and fact that might exist is "our own mental activity is the only unquestionable fact of our experience". Leading into panpsychism, the belief that every objective entity (or event) has an inward or subjective aspect. Even advocating each individual interpretation that matters, subjectivism advocates in a completely subjective society that would lead into a higher plane of existance. It advocates that when people realize everything is purely subjective, human societies are going to become a divine society.

    Subjectivism also advocates that Mysticism should be developed in order to increase the subjectivity of human societies to find out that reality is a purely subjective thing such as human existence too. Subjectivism even advocates that Positivism, Rationalism, Atheism and religions are purely subjective things. Subjectivism also advocates the concept of logical feelism, where both feelings and logic are part of the same subjective mental experience and both logics and feelings coexist with each other in human subjectivity. Subjectivism differs from nihilism, because subjectivism advocates that the whole existence is subjective and only what matters is the existential experience on it, while nihilism seeks to see no sense in existence and living.

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    Moral Subjectivism [edit | edit source]

    Moral Subjectivism is a family of metaethical views which state that the truth of moral claims are contingent on, or even identical to, claims about attitudes of individuals. However, the term is often used to refer to individualist subjectivism, a variety which states that 'Murder is wrong' is equivalent to the speaker saying 'I disapprove of murder'.

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    Flag of Subjectivism
    1. Draw a ball
    2. Color it light blue in the upper left half, and dark blue in the lower right, making it a diagonal bicolor
    3. Draw a black light-bulb outline in the middle
    4. Draw the eyes (Additionally, you can make them appear sad or concerned)

    You are Done!

    Color Name HEX RGB
    Light Blue #89C6E3 137, 198, 227
    Dark Blue #0F47AF 15, 71, 175
    Black #141414 20, 20, 20

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