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Co-Creation: From the Outside Looking In

The word objectivity is apparently full of subjectivity. In looking for a quote to use in this article, I found a colorful mix of examples. Noted psychologist Abraham Maslow offers: "Dispassionate objectivity is itself a passion, for the real and for the truth." Celebrated photographer Annie Leibovitz who is known to get close to her subjects claims: "I no longer believe there is such a thing as objectivity.
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