Subjective matters like taste can be objective to some degree? Some people like apples, others like oranges, but both prefer either to sh!t?

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  • 7 days ago

    It can be objective in the sense that both can be eaten, otherwise, it's as objective as the number of people who agree upon it :)

  • If even one person honestly likes the taste of it, it makes the condition subjective.  Objectivity is not a vote, it's the result of physical laws.

  • 4 weeks ago

    No. Anytime something is characterized as good, or bad, a subjective evaluation has been made. A million people out of a million might agree that sh!t tastes bad, but their unanimous aggreement that it tastes bad doesn't make it an objective observation; it only means that their subjective evaluations are in agreement.

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    The only objectivity that can be achieved regarding the senses is gained through group consensus, not individual determination.

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  • 4 weeks ago

    It is a fact that if people eat sh!t they become ill. If you operate on the assumption that illness is bad, then it is a fact that eating sh!t is bad.

    Is there any point in arguing that illness is only subjectively bad?

    • Hercules4 weeks agoReport

      The taste. Nevermind the illness. Nothing is flavoured **** because it doesn’t sell

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