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used in Fahrenheit 451

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fact-based without the influence of personal feelings or preferences
  • He slapped her face with amazing objectivity and repeated the question.
    p. 33.6
objectivity = lack of personal feeling
  • Then, if he wished, Montag might rise, walk to the window, keep one eye on the TV screen, open the window, lean out, look back, and see himself dramatized, described, made over, standing there, limned in the bright small television screen from outside, a drama to be watched objectively, knowing that in other parlors he was large as life, in full color, dimensionally perfect!
    p. 128.4
objectively = not emotionally, but with awareness of facts
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