Since the knower is involved in knowledge, knowledge always has a subjective personal dimension, but this does not mean that knowledge is completely subjective. Rather, it is quasi subjective, since it has to correspond to the degree of objectivity. A better configuration of knowledge could therefore be that it is subjectively objective, especially when it is represented by itself, others and the world.
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