Origin of objectivity
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Examples from the Web for objectivity
Did the reporters and editors put much value on on accuracy and objectivity, or were they more a part of the party machine?What Lincoln Could Teach Fox News
November 6, 2014
Any news group that aims for the elusive ideal of objectivity is de facto liberal, in their view.Pew Study: Americans Are Self-Segregating Amid Proliferating Partisan Media
October 21, 2014
The Emmy Award-winning Gupta “feels good” to bring a measure of objectivity to a story with such hoopla attached to it.Sanjay Gupta, on the Ebola Front Lines
August 4, 2014
Credit Winfrey, first, with adding gravitas and objectivity to what is ultimately a blatant and shameless grab for ratings.Lindsay Lohan’s Reality Show Is the Most Stressful Thing on TV
March 10, 2014
Not only is this arguably cruel, the objectivity that makes Yelp great for business reviews is completely lost.The Lulu App is Ruining Dating
March 6, 2014
Nor again is the Greek truthfulness identical with objectivity.
Such a writer is objective, but his objectivity with him is no more than a literary method.
But the Greeks have objectivity in a far more important sense than this.
Their objectivity is no literary device but a quality of mind.
In no other way can we think of the objectivity of the universe; for in no other way can we think of ourselves.The Complex Vision
John Cowper Powys
Word Origin and History for objectivity
Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper