Third-person singular simple present indicative form of object.(verb)
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Use "objects" in a sentence
"We also hear from Proclus of a dispute in the Academy between some, whom we might call ˜constructivists™, who saw mathematics as something like a human construct, and referred to the truths of geometry as ˜problems™, demanding geometrical constructions, and others, whom we might think of as ˜mathematical realists™, who saw mathematics as describing an eternal, unchanging realm of objects, and referred to the truths of mathematics as ˜theorems™ or ˜objects of contemplation™."
"So that the representative theory, when fairly interpreted, amounts simply to this; -- that the mind is immediately cognisant, not of real objects themselves, but _only of its own perceptions of real objects_."
"(The class of all objectionable objects, be perforce, an object of the class of objectionable objects¿)"