noun. ['ˌɑːbdʒɛkˈtɪvɪti'] judgment based on observable phenomena and uninfluenced by emotions or personal prejudices.
- sound judgement
- sound judgment
- judgment in rem
- judgment in personam
Words that Rhyme with Objectivity
Example sentences of the word objectivity
1. Noun, singular or mass
It can also lend you a sense of objectivity that can help lessen the pain of losing your crush.
Quotes containing the word objectivity
1. After spending 460 days as a hostage, I did emerge a fundamentally changed person. But I think, like everyone does as they grow older and probably wiser, I can look back at my earlier life - my history, my mistakes, the joy I felt as a young woman traveling the world - with some objectivity and even some humor.
- Amanda Lindhout
2. There is no such thing as objectivity. We are all just interpreting signals from the universe and trying to make sense of them. Dim, shaky, weak, static-y little signals that only hint at the complexity of a universe we cannot begin to understand.
- Bones The Doctor in the Photo
3. The reassuring smile was now useless. I was plastic. Everything was veiled. Objectivity, facts, hard information--these were things only in the outline stage. There was nothing tying anything together yet, so the mind built up a defense, and the evidence was restructured, and that was what I tried to do on that morning--to restructure the evidence so it made sense--and that is what I failed at.
- Bret Easton Ellis, Lunar Park