While one’s phenomenology is often called one’s “subjective experience”, this does not mean that facts about it lack objectivity. “Subjective” in “subjective experience” means “internal to the mind”, not “dependent on attitudes towards it.”
Neil Sinhababu, ‘The Epistemic Argument for Hedonism’, sect. 2.1.
On the phenomenal concept, mind is characterized by the way it feels; on the psychological concept, mind is characterized by what it does. There should be no question of competition between these two notions of mind. Neither of them is the correct analysis of mind. They cover different phenomena, both of which are quite real.
David Chalmers, The Conscious Mind: In Search of a Fundamental Theory, Oxford, 1996, p. 11