subjective probability

Subjective may refer to:
  • Subject (philosophy), a being which has subjective experiences or a relationship with another entity (or "object")
  • Subjectivity - a property of perceptions, arguments, and language (opposed to objectivity).
  • Subjective experience, the sensory buzz and awareness associated with a conscious mind
  • The subjective case, in grammar, a grammatical case for a noun, which generally marks the subject of a verb, as opposed to its object or other verb arguments
  • Subjective or bayesian probability, the tenet that the mathematical theory of probability is applicable to the degree to which a person believes a proposition
  • Subjective theory of value, an economic theory of value that holds that there is no intrinsic value of goods and services; rather, things become valuable solely by individuals' desiring to have them, and the magnitude of that value is measured by how much of any given thing one is willing to forgo in order to obtain them


In philosophy, a subject is a being which has subjective experiences or a relationship with another entity (or "object"). A subject is an observer and an object is a thing observed.
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In reason, subjectivity refers to the property of perceptions, arguments, and language as being based in a subject's point of view, and hence influenced in accordance with a particular bias.
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perception is the process of acquiring, interpreting, selecting, and organizing sensory information. It is a task far more complex than was imagined in the 1950s and 1960s, when it was proclaimed that building perceiving machines would take about a decade, but, needless to say,
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An argument is a statement (premise) or group of statements (premises) offered in support of another statement (conclusion). Argument may refer to:

General types of argument

  • Argument form, a method of logically analyzing sentences

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Qualia" (IPA: [ˈkwɑːliə]) is "an unfamiliar term for something that could not be more familiar to each of us: the ways things seem to us"[1].
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The subjective case is the term preferred by English grammarians for the nominative case. Generally, when the term subjective case is used, the accusative and dative are collectively labelled as the objective case.
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Bayesian probability is an interpretation of the probability calculus which holds that the concept of probability can be defined as the degree to which a person (or community) believes that a proposition is true.
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The subjective theory of value (or theory of subjective value) is an economic theory of value that holds that "to possess value an object must be both useful and scarce,"[1]
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