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disinterested

adjective Unbiased, objective
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Bernays cited a contemporary but timeless debate in Congress--a congressman argued for a particular tariff by publishing "long vindictive statements, in which he tried to confound the character and the disinterestedness of his opponents.
Smith worked the behind-the-scenes game of patronage even when her husband was out of favor with the current administration; and yet, men, despite the pose of disinterestedness, engaged equally in this game.
Out of context, this might sound like uncommitted political relativism or cultural conservatism hiding behind aesthetic disinterestedness.
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.
She credits the Proctors with a political disinterestedness which I doubt they deserve in maintaining that the legal point of statute-making was the sole issue (Sutherland 201-02).
a source of disinterestedness so [the hungry] can eat.
Western claims to neutral disinterestedness have been critical both to the fact and form of a disingenuous intervention as well as to Serb and Kosovar perceptions of that intervention.
And the only way of dying to self, of annihilating the Ego, is the way of humility and compassion, the way of disinterestedness.
No reader of That Noble Dream, which brilliantly recounts the rise and fall of the ideal of historical disinterestedness, would have expected, in Novick's sub-sequent volume, so little sustained analysis of any particular primary source.
As a journal of ideas with a commitment to social justice, the AJSI will combine scholarly excellence and disinterestedness with practical policy debate and moral conviction.
For instance, tributes to Ella Fitzgerald were testimonials to her godlike elegance, disinterestedness, and intelligence.
In fact, so skewed does Kluger's viewpoint become in his striving for disinterestedness that he is forced to overpraise the smallest virtue.

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