It's my experience that language gets more objective the older one gets. For example, instead of "talking" one uses the expression "vocalize" or instead of saying "I'm happy" the expression "I'm in a positive mood" is used. Or instead of saying "I enjoyed playing along" the expression used (the thing said) is something like "It was fulfilling to participate". Or instead of "reason" one uses "argument". Or instead of "feeling", "a state of" is used. Having the same form is translated into being homeomorphic (or anthropomorphic if something has the form of people). Why is this? Is it to conform to the culture of science?
Let me state that I'm not defending a naive realism. A realist can be as contra naive as you like. Why should using "happy" imply being naive? I'm addressing the question of why objective language replaces subjective language. Why saying "being in a positive state" while "feeling good" can also be said? Why is the change towards objectivity and not towards subjectivity (or at least equally divided as we have two brain sides)?
Another good example would be the change of names of animals and plants into their Latin of Greek names. Why is this done? Why objectify these names. Why not keep their original names?