noun. 1. the position that decisions about the exterior world can be mandated as authentic or not authentic, independent of private emotions, beliefs, and experiences. With regard to ethics, the position which the ideals, like the good, to which ethics-rooted propositions reference are real. Objectivism holds that ethical prescriptions don't lessen to just statements of private or social favor.
OBJECTIVISM: "Objectivism is not innate to all people- many have to train themselves to acquire such a trait."
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