Objective line

(Perspective) a line drawn on the geometrical plane which is represented or sought to be represented.

See also: Objective

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
References in classic literature ?
I feel a terror of action and am only at ease in the impersonal, disinterested, and objective line of thought." But then, again, with him "action" meant chiefly literary production.
It is commendable that the writers manage to toe an objective line in discussing St.
Mr Barton added: 'By law, commercial channels are regulated by Ofcom and have to take an objective line. That's one of our great strengths when it comes to covering emotive issues such as this.
Her tight focus arguably leads her to undervalue the technical and ideological influence of Dada and Cubism, and she adopts without question Breton's less than objective line on Reverdy and 'L'Image' (p.
In a clumsy effort to not appear condescending, Schwartz comes across, instead, as an observer who has crossed an objective line and adopts a "gee whiz" approach to studying this culture.
That said, filmmaker Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato's insightful documentary on the rise and fall of TV's first sitcom with a lead gay character, The Real Ellen Story, valiantly attempts to walk the objective line with a subject that continues to spark debate inside and outside of gay circles.
Of all the divisions, the 4th had the narrowest no man's land to cross and the closest objective lines to reach.
Any division of truth and knowledge along subjective and objective lines, for example for scientific purposes, was dependent upon this prior 'being-in of Dasein ...