Translation for 'objectivity' from English to French
NOUN   objectivity | -
SYNO objectiveness | objectivity
objectivité {f}objectivity
impartialité {f}objectivity
caractère {m} pratiqueobjectivity
nouvelle objectivité {f}
New Objectivity
manque {m} d'objectivitélack of objectivity
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Usage Examples English
  • In the interests of objectivity, table below provides additional details with regard to participation.
  • Feminist empiricism is critiqued for its belief that “objectivity” is best achieved through quantification, whether or not viewed through a feminist lens or utilized for feminist ideals.
  • "That Noble Dream: The "Objectivity Question" and the American Historical Profession" questions the origins and prevalence of the notion of objectivity in current and 20th century history.
  • In Greek and medieval thought, the concept of an object and of objectivity did not yet exist.
  • This objectivity, unconstrained by Objectivity Conventions, highlights the truth-orientation of peace journalism: to "expose untruths on all sides".

  • The theme of a writer's objectivity appears also in Calvino's novel "Mr.
  • In "Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail '72", Thompson describes Raoul Duke as a sports writer friend, one of the few journalists who can truly write objectively instead of merely talking about the concept of objectivity.
  • That has been suggested as a reason in support of objectivity or moral realism in ethics, since arguments against objectivity in ethics are paralleled by arguments against objectivity in mathematics, which is generally believed to be false.
  • The objectivity essay discusses essential concepts of Weber's sociology: "ideal type," "(social) action," "empathic understanding," "imaginary experiment," "value-free analysis," and "objectivity of sociological understanding".
  • Førland has also contributed to the debate on objectivity and values in historiography, taking a stance against the postmodern relativization of truth.

  • Subjectivity is contrasted to the philosophy of objectivity, which is described as a view of truth or reality that is free of any individual's biases, interpretations, feelings, and imaginings.
  • But "Neues Sehen" was also criticised by the defenders of straight photography and New Objectivity for being too experimental, inconsistent, and producing amateur photography of poor technical standards.
  • Hackett's research in journalism studies, news objectivity and normative paradigms centers around critiquing the existing structures of journalism objectivity with a focus on its political and ideological implications in a globalized and networked digital age.
  • Strong objectivity is a term coined by feminist philosopher Sandra Harding, known for her work on feminist standpoint theory.
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