adjective Date: 1899 1. involving or occurring between separate conscious minds <
intersubjective communication
2. accessible to or capable of being established for two or more subjects ; objective <
intersubjective reality of the physical world
intersubjectively adverbintersubjectivity noun

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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