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Objectivism, or Objectivist, may refer to:
- Any standpoint that stresses objectivity, including:
- Objectivity (philosophy), the conviction that reality is mind-independent
- Logical objectivism, the conviction that the rules of logic are mind-independent
- Moral objectivism, the view that some ethics are absolute
- Objectivism (Ayn Rand), a philosophical system created by Ayn Rand that declares real knowledge to be metaphysically objective
- The Objectivist poets, a group of Modernist writers who emerged in the 1930s
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