noun, plural im·per·son·al·i·ties for 6.
Examples from the Web for impersonality
Behind the impersonality of money lies an intensely personal, often compensatory compulsion.
Although there is an element of truth in this, yet it is useless as a support for the theory of Japanese "impersonality."
To his impersonality in his books and addresses, Emerson owes perhaps a large measure of his extraordinary influence.Transcendentalism in New England|Octavius Brooks Frothingham
"Give me 1-1," she will put it, with an impersonality as fine as if she were calling for four figures.Wisconsin in Story and Song;|Various
Advocates of "impersonality" present both conceptions, quite unconscious apparently that they are mutually exclusive.
In fact, their stability and impersonality are such that they have often passed as being absolutely universal and immutable.The Elementary Forms of the Religious Life|Emile Durkheim