Semantic games will not save your relativism Shepaints - you will be assimilated.
I agree mostly with BoGoWo:
Truth is (mostly) subjective - but THE truth is objective.
I do believe that certain types of knowledge 'I think therefore I am' - 'All triangles have 3 sides.' is a type of knowledge that we have that aligns with THE truth. Thus, when truth aligns with THE truth it is objective.
This, is Aristotles definition of the truth 'To say that which is and it is - is the truth'. Thus Correspondence equals the truth.
However, often we, as humans, only get part of the picture and we state a truth seeing that partial picture that SEEMS to be contrary to another partial truth and truth seems to be subjective.
I submit that when humans chance upon and entire truth it leaves the realm of subjective and become inclusively objective.
(The Buddhist Elephant Parable is timely here)
I want to make sure what we are not equating here. Subjective - does NOT mean relative. I think people in this thread have stated subjective as if it means relative. Relative truths are that the 'Man makes the truth.' Subjective truths are 'Truth as the man sees it.' Thus in subjective truth it takes into account the subjects relation to the truth - but does not say that they only truth is what the person decides it is.