dispassionateness


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Synonyms for dispassionateness

Synonyms for dispassionateness

objectivity and detachment

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This may be variously interpreted as coolness, dispassionateness, reserve, dullness, and possibly grimness or surliness, on the part of the speaker" (O'Connor--Arnold 1973: 48).
At every point we feel the externality of the allegorical method, which, ever since Prudentius in the fourth century, had imposed a third-person, epic dispassionateness on first-hand subjectivities.
1978) (noting that "[t]he law does not require a judge to anesthetize his emotional reflexes," and adding that "'[o]nly death yields complete dispassionateness, for such dispassionateness signifies utter indifference.
Dispassionateness is a key characteristic of Kuriyama's book; her instinct is to take the heat out of everything.