Because the patient is telling you they feel this way, if the nurse noted accessory muscle use the accessory muscle use would be objective and the feeling of shortness of breath would still be subjective.
There's an argument I've often heard that your reality can be shaped by your view of life, that if you view life positively that you'll receive positivity in return and your life will be better.
Under the same line of reasoning, if you view life negatively then you'll only receive negativity in return. I've seen this perception stretched as far as people believing that you can make reality what you want it to be by simply changing your attitude toward everything, as though reality is something wishy-washy and not fixed.
To me this doesn't make sense, because when I look at things that aren't changeable, like the sky being blue, to me this isn't something that is wishy-washy and any changes can generally be explained.
So I'm wondering, can a situation be improved by perspective alone? On a deeper level when it comes to objective vs subjective reality, there are differing perspectives of say, how the sky is to someone who's blind.
They can't see the sky but they still somehow know the sky exists, and yet for them the way they sense the sky is entirely different from someone who can see. Their view isn't invalid, or wrong, but different from what is considered normal. In that regard, there are also more subjective aspects like the hallucinations of a schizophrenic, and I've seen people in this regard argue that the hallucinations are still part of individual reality, but not the collective reality that everyone is part of.
This often leads to debates on what is reality, and leads to philosophical references such as the more popular, "If a tree falls in the forest, does it make a sound? I've often viewed opinions that I should be more cheery as just a band-aid fix for the reality that I simply have very little control over how my life goes.
It helps me in regards to people, but when it comes to improving my lot in life there isn't much that it actually accomplishes, and in that way I feel perspective alone isn't enough to improve everything. I believe that people are limited by their abilities, but then I see inspiring stories of limited people that still manage to make something of their lives despite their limitations.
Basically, tl;dr, do you believe reality can be changed by a simple change in perspective? Is perspective the be-all-end-all of how to have a good life?
Or is it irrelevant to the larger scheme of things?Subjective vs. Objective – Beliefs Matter for Fiduciaries of Delaware Limited Liability Partnerships and Limited Liability Companies 9/3/ Note: This article appears in the September edition of Barnes & Thornburg LLP's Commercial Litigation Update e-newsletter.
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Objective is a busy word and that's a fact. An objective is a goal, but to be objective is to be unbiased. If you're objective about something, you have no personal feelings about it. In grammar land, objective relates to the.
Objective versus Subjective: Evidence Requirements in ERISA Disability Lawsuits. Author: Attorney Gregory Dell It is common when dealing with claims for short and long term disability benefits to have the disability insurance company request “objective evidence” to support your claim that you are disabled due to a certain impairment.
Descartes famously emphasized that subjective reality is better known than objective reality, but knowledge of the objective reality of one’s own existence as a non-physical thinking thing is nearly as basic, or perhaps as basic, as one’s knowledge of the subjective reality of one’s own thinking.
OBJECTIVE TESTS AND SUBJECTIVE BIAS: SOME PROBLEMS OF DISCRIMINATORY INTENT IN THE CRIMINAL LAW ANDREW D. LEIPOLD* INTRODUCTION Much has changed in the area of race and the criminal law over. This is objective art. Subjective art on the other hand, is an interpretation of the artist, his mood, his feeling, his dream, his passion, his vision; it is a state of his mind.
Objective art, meanwhile, is beyond the creator; it can be seen, felt, heard, dreamt; by anyone who comes in contact with it.