Definition of objectively:
certain, factual, equitably, on the up and up, considerately, authentic, neutrally, without prejudice, open-mindedly, objective, soberly, without partiality, detachedly, not subjectively, definite, firm, with impartiality, on the square, with due consideration, definitely, true, accurately, realistic, undeniable, with objectivity, without passion, without bias, candidly, squarely, with judgment, justly, like a square shooter.
- objectively (part of speech: adverb)
- insensitively (part of speech: adverb)
- outwardly (part of speech: adverb)
Now, to the plain man it will always seem that if our very notion of causality is derived from our own volition- as our very notion of energy is derived from our sense of effort in overcoming resistance by our volition- presumably the truest notion we can form of that in which causation objectively consists is the notion derived from that known mode of existence which alone gives us the notion of causality at all.- "Thoughts on Religion", George John Romanes.
- "The Psychology of Beauty", Ethel D. Puffer.
And then Shakespeare uses his brains objectively, so to speak, to excuse his persistent tenderness, and at once he reveals himself and proves to us that he is thinking of Mary Fitton, and not of poor Desdemona: Hang her!- "The Man Shakespeare", Frank Harris.