fair-mindedness


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ability to make judgments free from discrimination or dishonesty

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We respectfully urge you to take immediate steps not only to assure our bilateral relationship, but to place Uganda clearly on the side of equality and fair-mindedness in how its citizens are treated.
Ed's extreme fair-mindedness could, however, make him an ineffective ally in debates at faculty meetings.
The book is also aimed at restoring 'balance, fair-mindedness, and objectivity' to environmental debates, 'to inform these discussions scientifically, to enlighten them philosophically, and thus to play a role in bringing about a sound and happy relationship between Homo sapiens and the rest of the natural world' (xi).
In fact, it is the fair-mindedness and lack of agenda that will make this book acceptable to even traditional, conservative, nutrition-shunning medical doctors.
These fundamentals include accuracy, independence, skepticism, persistence, thoroughness, fair-mindedness.
I, like other readers, have been delighted, shocked, perplexed, and bored by print critiques that range from fair-mindedness to sheer condescension.
So, apart from her obvious penchant for fair-mindedness (or a contrapuntal, gender-balanced attack on patriarchy), I was intrigued about her credentials, when compared with noted scholars like Terry Nardin and Daniel J.
Students engage in experiences that develop fair-mindedness, and encourage recognition and serious consideration of opposing points of view, respect for well-supported positions, sensitivity to cultural similarities and differences, and a commitment to individual and social responsibility.
As Chandran avers, her recruitment spoke volumes about the fair-mindedness of leaders such as Razak and Tunku (p.
Smith added: "His character and fair-mindedness aside, he was also a wonderful, gifted player.
I hasten to add that the confrontation would be equally vacuous, just as depressingly cynical, if a Conservative PM was being interrogated by Labour's leader in waiting, because those are the current rules of a political game that interprets realism, fair-mindedness and mutual respect as signs of weakness.
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.