dispassion


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Synonyms for dispassion

Synonyms for dispassion

objectivity and detachment

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27-33): dispassion is less a satisfactory mode of poetic consciousness, as it was in "Resignation," than a feature of an insufficiently energized social realm.
In revealing his proprietary longings toward Emile himself, coextensive with his aspirations for the educative project, the tutor sheds the mantle of godlike dispassion in which Emile has always seen him (318, 323).
My encounter with this blaze makes it difficult for me to continue regarding fire solely with scientific dispassion.
Because "that which happened," as Celan called what we call Holocaust or Shoah, pressed on every word he wrote, dispassion and disinterestedness become hard to sustain for a Disapora Jew decisively less at risk, especially given the empathy that acts of translation generate.
Not only has there not been time to assess Clinton's presidency with dispassion, but also many of the respondents were among the distinguished academics who signed public letters either opposing or supporting Clinton's impeachment.
After the deaths of so many innocent people, the primary considerations of future military and defensive action have surely to be made in coolness and dispassion.
Frolov, personal communication, July 1997), our way of re vealing Christ to the world (Rose, 1982), and as an act of dispassion (Maximus the Confessor, trans.
The book is an examination, done with the skilled eye and dispassion of a surgeon, of the lives of people touched by the murder, even if only in passing.
228), then, there can be no guarantee that the response to these impressions will be progressive, will effect meaningful, desirable change in a social realm racked by trauma--or will effect change of any kind rather than mere dispassion or denial.
The tragedy of Africa which, for instance, is so palpable in Nigerian journalism is that you either write as one's friend or you do so as one's foe, but scarcely with the dispassion of a truth-seeker.
What Fred Inbau understood is that dispassion is a virtue if one is searching for the truth.
The careful dispassion of the NBA style does not mean that these volumes are without points of view and interpretations - the editors do indeed offer musical opinions on various problems.
His prose is crystal-clear and almost clinical in its fair-mindedness and dispassion.
Looking on with dispassion and detachment, he is privy to all manner of ludicrous human occupations, from undertaking to movie-going to safe-cracking.