By Florence AgbomaBritish Sky Broadcasting
It is, of course, important to distinguish between the objective and subjective views, but we cannot pretend the latter are of no concern. Dismissal of subjective matters as being scientifically indecent springs from an excessive zeal for detachment. The objective view, which is predominant in the physical sciences and in strict behaviorist psychology, comes from regarding the observer as being “in” the world, which is out there around him and he can see it “through” his eyes. The subjective view comes from regarding the world as being in the mind of the observer, reality as mental experience.
—On Human Communication, Colin Cherry, 1957
Chapter Objectives ...