fair-mindedness


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  • noun

Synonyms for fair-mindedness

Synonyms for fair-mindedness

ability to make judgments free from discrimination or dishonesty

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In "Munich and Revisionism" Samuel Bahn objects to my review of Stephen Spielberg's film Munich for being overly "balanced," a term he encloses disdainfully in quotes, and equates, not with fair-mindedness, but unwarranted disloyalty to Israel.
A reputation for objectivity and fair-mindedness makes CPAs excellent candidates to become arbitrators.
All thinking needs to be assessed for quality and can be accomplished by applying a set of standards: clarity, accuracy, precision, fair-mindedness, objectivity, and logic.
What a pity he couldn't be honest by telling the voters of Jesmond and trusting their fair-mindedness and good judgment.
If we are genuinely interested in understanding and growing with others rather than humiliating one another, fair-mindedness appears a fundamental for open discussions and critiques.
The next day - - without saying so, of course - - Kerry tacitly admitted that his original venture into fair-mindedness had also been a mistake.
The Liberal Democrats have always prided themselves on their fair-mindedness.
We must continue to make good offices available for mediation between the UK and Zimbabwe, a rather unfortunate confrontation in which rhetorics and media warfare tend to be suppressing reason and fair-mindedness.
Will Commander Taskin's famous fair-mindedness be enough to unravel the truth behind the captain's dramatic theory: that the princess was not taken by force, but fled the palace to escape a demonic evil?
I found myself wanting to say a few huzzahs for the author's insight and fair-mindedness.
But Kennedy's graceful prose, balance, and fair-mindedness elevate the book to a much higher plane, of interest to a far broader band of social, political, and gender historians (his discussion of women in the Quaker Movement is especially fine).
On the most basic level, because Junto himself is represented as having had to struggle up from desperate poverty, it is possible to read his apparent fair-mindedness as an understanding of blacks arrived at through a similar class experience.
This is the person whose belief system takes fair-mindedness to extremes and verges on aggressive utopianism.
The tolerance, the fair-mindedness that once made us great are the very things that are about to destroy us.
If elected, Hooper said, he would stress fair-mindedness, a concept he used in teaching.