Whenever conclusions are considered or reached which depend upon ideas existing within a person's mind; taking a personal point of view; personal. Quality of perceptions existing only within the experiencer's mind, but not necessarily in reality. Expression of the individuality of an artist or author.Quote: "Yet in spite of the total disregard of the dictionary of manners, he shows a politeness toward us which no other man here would have shown . . . C?zanne is one of the most liberal artists I have ever seen. He prefaces every remark with Pour moi it is so and so, but he grants that everyone may be as honest and as true to nature from their convictions; he doesn't believe that everyone should see alike." Mary Cassatt (1845-1926), American Impressionist painter. In a letter to Mrs. Stillman, 1894. Also see Post-Impressionism. "Objectivity is of the essense of science, just as subjectivity is of the essence of art." Mario Bunge (1919-), Argentinian philosopher. Finding Philosophy in Social Science, 1996, p. 326. New Haven: Yale University Press. See science and art. Also see content, context, interesting, meaning, and objectivity.