1. I felt now objectively what long ago my mind had felt subjectively. 🔊 2. They are subjective forces, but they are also objectively creative. 🔊
How to use Objectively in Sentences?
1. Again he watched objectively as his hand pulled the black object out and handled it. 🔊 2. The powers which thus exist are the subjective counterparts of objectivelyvaluable products. 🔊 3. They portray events more objectively than the priests, hence they are more reliable. 🔊 4. In pre-adolescence the whole matter can be presented so that it is acceptedobjectively and impersonally. 🔊 5. But some people draw from these facts the conclusion that there is no universally valid and objectively real moral law. 🔊 6. Mustard is not objectively nice or objectively nasty: it is simply nice to some people and nasty to others. 🔊 7. Impressionism took the last step, and brought to a close the objectivelyrealistic conception in painting. 🔊 8. They endeavoured to portray objectively an abstract process, expecting its mere portrayal to be dynamic. 🔊 9. In this way he attempted to find a basis for believing in an objectively real truth and an objectively real moral law. 🔊 10. These men, unable to analyse their emotions, have dreamed only of depicting objectively their photographic impressions of the dance. 🔊 11. He may not indulge in psychology, which would be wool-gathering, when every faculty is objectively occupied. 🔊 12. And though objectively the work of Courbet is the uglier and less gracious, in it there is more of the sublime. 🔊 13. It means the universal horse, the idea of the horse in general, and this, just as much as goodness or beauty, must be something objectively real. 🔊 14. In reviewing the evidence relating to selection I have tried to handle the problem as objectively as I could. 🔊 15. Knowledge means knowledge of things as they objectively are, independently of the individual, and such knowledge is knowledge of the concepts of things. 🔊 16. The medical student would doubtless first objectively identify these nerves in dissection, and then use correlations to help him remember those which his natural memory could not carry. 🔊 17. It is possible the Latin, the Celt, and the Slav have the power to visualize themselves objectively when they assume an heroic character. 🔊