All facts are subjective

Updated on September 19, 2017 in Philosophy
3 on June 6, 2017

(Nearly) All facts are subjective. 

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0 on July 18, 2017

yes. i agree because there are things that we aren’t 100% certain of

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0 on September 6, 2017

Facts are ideas that have been proven multiple times without fail and never been disproven (or they wouldn’t be a fact). Therefore facts are not subjective and instead are simply notions that cannot be disproven as of yet.

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0 on September 19, 2017

“Facts are ideas… facts are not subjective”

How can an idea not be subjective? Aren’t all ideas in the minds of one more knowers (i.e. subjects), and thus not independent of them as subjects?  Isn’t all knowledge qua knowledge necessarily subjective? 

I don’t see how the the reliability or replication of an idea has any bearing whatsoever on facts being (or not) subjective. Why should it? 

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