Saturday, May 12, 2012


"Some scholars are doubtful of the usefulness of distinguishing between subjective and objective, arguing that even apparently objective observations are dependant on the judgement of the observer who makes them, or on the accuracy of their observations, and that objective facts which are independent of someone observing them cannot exist" - Phil Perkins in Hughes, J. and Perkins, P., Approaches A151 Book 1, The Open University, 2012.

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