Subjectivism and objectivity

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Summary and Analysis of Peter Novick's Nailing Jelly to the Wall
By Carrie Borowski, History 296, Position Paper #2, 19 January 1999. According to Novick, the concept of objectivity is anything but stagnant. It has been in constant evolution since its introduction into American historical scholarship. He does not take a definite stance on the subject of objectivity and leaves the subject open to interpretation.
The reconstruction of objectivity
By Haines Brown, 30 November 2006. There are approaches that appear to salvage objectivity through a reconciliation of universals and particulars. If the reconstruction of objectivity seems at least possible, it suggests that postmodern deconstructionism marks the death of a world view, not a viable alternative to it.