If I am right, then it is objective.
And I am right.
It's not just a matter of opinion.
It is a matter of fact.
That you don't like the way I've treated you and the others by way of my presentation does not make it any less true.
You once again seem to be mistaking your negative emotional response to what I said with whether or not what I said is in fact true.
So, no, it cannot be "quantified".
In the sense that I was pointing to something factually accurate, based on what had been written above.
For example, "objectivity is nothing but an illusion".
And the "+1" that (objectively) flabbily relativistic comment received.
Axiom 2: "Objectivity is nothing but an illusion" is a comment that sacrifices the notion of objective truth for the sake of a wishy-washy, half-baked relativism.
Conclusion: Therefore, to say "objectivity is nothing but an illusion" is flabby relativism.
There are plenty more where that came from; but as Nicodemus' signature says, "A horse laugh is worth 10,000 syllogisms".
I'm sorry you don't like when I horse laugh at you.
It's used to provide a clear and obvious example.
Using it, the original argument argument is shown to be false.
By extension, the other arguments can also be shown to be false.
Because it is accurate.
It's added flair.
Please, show how "" makes my argument any less true.
Either that, or you don't understand why what I'm saying is accurate.
Furthermore, you almost seem to be equating objectivity with whether I'm being polite or not, and, as I already said, that is not "objectivity".
Objectivity = accuracy.
Please respond to the above.