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    Just a quick question, this. I don't know many people who are likely to know so I thought I'd stick it here.

    So, these two. Are they basically the same thing?

    My understanding is that phenomenology is generally a research method while subjectivism is a fully-fledged philosophical outlook, although on a practical level they're both very similar.

    That's my understanding, but I want to make sure. Can anyone shed some light on this?

    Your friendly forum Spiderman.
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