objectively

[ uhb-jek-tiv-lee ]
/ əbˈdʒɛk tɪv li /

adverb

in a way that is not influenced by personal feelings or prejudices: An outsider can consider the dispute more objectively than people who are directly involved.
in a way that can be known, measured, or proven: A new method is being developed to objectively analyze how climate change is affecting ocean surface temperatures.

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