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Adjective
/imˈpärSHəl/,
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Treating all rivals or disputants equally; fair and just,
  1. Treating all rivals or disputants equally; fair and just
    • - independent and impartial advice

  1. showing lack of favoritism; "the cold neutrality of an impartial judge"
  2. unprejudiced: free from undue bias or preconceived opinions; "an unprejudiced appraisal of the pros and cons"; "the impartial eye of a scientist"
  3. (impartiality) an inclination to weigh both views or opinions equally
  4. (impartially) in an impartial manner; "he smiled at them both impartially"
  5. L'Impartial ("The Impartial") is a daily newspaper published in La Chaux-de-Fonds, Canton of Neuchâtel, Switzerland.
  6. Impartiality is a principle of justice holding that decisions should be based on objective criteria, rather than on the basis of bias, prejudice, or preferring the benefit to one person over another for improper reasons.
  7. Treating all parties, rivals, or disputants equally; not partial; not biased; fair
  8. (3.2 Impartiality) In considering complaints, the Ombudsperson shall act in an impartial fashion, acting neither as an advocate for the individual client or family representative nor as a defender of Baycrest, but rather seeking procedural fairness and reasonable outcomes.
  9. ("Impartiality") or "impartial" denotes absence of bias or prejudice in favor of, or against, particular parties or classes of parties, as well as maintaining an open mind in considering issues that may come before the judge. See Sections 3B(10), and 5A(3)(a) and (d).
  10. (Impartiality) "Humanitarian assistance must be provided without discriminating as to ethnic origin, gender, nationality, political opinions, race or religion. Relief of the suffering must be guided solely by needs and priority must be given to the most urgent cases of distress. ...
  11. (Impartiality) A position which treats everyone equally or objectively. Impartiality is arguably an essential component of the moral point of view so that in judging moral actions or situations human beings should be treated equally.
  12. (Impartiality) Being impartial means that a judge applies the law to everyone in the same way, not favoring one side or the other.
  13. (Impartiality) I think this is the same as neutrality.
  14. (Impartiality) The principle that the verification findings and conclusion are based on the objective evidence collected, and not based on bias or prejudice.
  15. (Impartiality) This refers to the attitude of the third party. An impartial third party will not prefer one side or one side's position to another side's position, but will approach them both as equally valid. ...
  16. (Impartiality) the ability of the mediator to maintain non-preferential attitudes and behaviors towards all parties in a dispute; it is the ethical responsibility of the mediator to withdraw if they have lost the ability to remain impartial.
  17. (impartiality) The absence of any bias toward or away from a particular person or opinion. Enlightenment philosophers often upheld the use of human reason as an impartial tool, but postmodern thinkers raise significant doubts about the possibility and value of such objectivity. ...
  18. Without taking sides, in a neutral way.
  19. Means not being biased, that is, not favouring one person or side more than another.
  20. Without bias, prejudice, or other preconception.
  21. Not partial; unbiased; not favoring one over another.
  22. Favoring neither; disinterested; treating all alike; unbiased; equitable, fair, and just.
  23. An impartial person is one who is not biased or prejudiced toward one side or another.
  24. adj. fair; giving equal attention
  25. (King Henry IV, Part II - 5.2.40)