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    objective

    Clinical can also refer to an attitude or state of mind that is objective and not affected by emotions.

    What does `objective' mean in this sentence?

    Please explain it.


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    Re: objective

    subjective = adjective 1 based on or influenced by your personal feelings, tastes, or opinions

    objective = adjective 1 not influenced by personal feelings or opinions

    The "state of mind" is unemotional, detached and scientific.

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