Object

Object

Object, Gegenstand, als Gegensatz zu Subject oder Wesen. Objectiv ist demnach alles das, was wir in Bezug auf einen Gegenstand wahrnehmen, wie er wirklich beschaffen ist, – das Dasein der Dinge außer uns –; subjectiv, wie wir uns eine Sache vorstellen, denken, persönliche Ansicht.


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