unpassionate

unpassionate

(ʌnˈpæʃənət)
adj
not characterized by intense emotion; dispassionate
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The "unpassionate emotion" limits the true poetical art:
While no one means is sufficient by itself, the concurrence of gentes moratiores, the wisest philosophers, the "unpassionate" judgment of one's own reason and conscience, and the agreement or suitability with human nature together allow for an induction of common notions (B1, 62r).
"To kiss someone on TV is the most unpassionate thing in the world because it's not a real kiss.
Save me from boring unpassionate, unfunny presenters who clutter up our airwaves.