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dis·pas·sion·ate  (dĭs-păsh′ə-nĭt)
Devoid of or unaffected by passion, emotion, or bias. See Synonyms at fair1.

dis·pas′sion·ate·ly adv.
dis·pas′sion·ate·ness n.

dispassionate (dɪsˈpæʃənɪt)
1. devoid of or uninfluenced by emotion or prejudice; objective; impartial
disˈpassionately adv disˈpassionateness n
dis•pas•sion•ate (dɪsˈpæʃ ə nɪt)

free from or unaffected by passion; devoid of personal feeling or bias; impartial; calm.
dis•pas′sion•ate•ly, adv.
dis•pas′sion•ate•ness, n.
Thesaurus Legend:  Synonyms Related Words Antonyms
Adj.1.dispassionate - unaffected by strong emotion or prejudice; "a journalist should be a dispassionate reporter of fact"
impartial - showing lack of favoritism; "the cold neutrality of an impartial judge"

dispassionate [dɪsˈpæʃnɪt] ADJ (= unbiased) [appraisal, observer] → imparcial; (= unemotional) [voice, tone] → desapasionado
dispassionate [dɪsˈpæʃənət] adj
(= impartial) [person] → objectif/ive; [observer] → impartial(e); [point of view] → impartial(e); [way, manner] → objectif/ive; [analysis, account] → objectif/ive
to be dispassionate about sth → juger qch de façon objective, juger qch de façon impartiale
(= unemotional) [person] → froid(e); [tone] → froid(e)
to be dispassionate about sth → être indifférent(e) à qch
adj (= impartial)unvoreingenommen, objektiv; (= unemotional)unbewegt, leidenschaftslos
dispassionate [dɪsˈpæʃnɪt] adj (unbiased) → spassionato/a, imparziale; (unemotional) → calmo/a

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If the periods be distant from each other, the same remark will be applicable to all recent measures; and in proportion as the remoteness of the others may favor a dispassionate review of them, this advantage is inseparable from inconveniences which seem to counterbalance it.
Moreover, Speranski, either because he appreciated the other's capacity or because he considered it necessary to win him to his side, showed off his dispassionate calm reasonableness before Prince Andrew and flattered him with that subtle flattery which goes hand in hand with self-assurance and consists in a tacit assumption that one's companion is the only man besides oneself capable of understanding the folly of the rest of mankind and the reasonableness and profundity of one's own ideas.
You are not impulsive, you are not romantic, you are accustomed to view everything from the strong dispassionate ground of reason and calculation.
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