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- n. Partiality; specifically in theology the doctrine of the Partialists.
- n. The sexual attraction to specific parts of the body.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Partiality
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In theology, the doctrine that the atonement was intended for and affects only a part of mankind.
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Universelle: "only he is still more free from" partialism "(his own word) in his aspirations and practical suggestions with respect to an ultimate
If it could, other types of partialism, such as tribalism, racism, or sexism, would by the same token prove morally valuable too.
"Foot partialism, or a foot fetish, is actually the most common form of fetish," said Ian
For so long as Universalism is universalism and not partialism, the fellowship bearing its name must succeed in making it unmistakably clear that all are welcome: theist and humanist, unitarian and trinitarian, colored and color-less.
˜partialism™ nor ˜impartialism™ unambiguously denote any single moral position; at best, they designate two poles of a continuum, one of which attributes no moral significance to the demands of (any sort of) impartiality, the other of which sees morality as exhausted by (some version of) impartiality.
• Other paraphilias not otherwise specified (\ "Sexual Disorder NOS\") - telephone scatalogia (obscene phone calls) - necrophilia (corpses) - partialism (exclusive focus on one part of the body) - zoophilia (animals) - coprophilia (feces) - klismaphilia (enemas) - urophilia (urine) SEXUAL DISORDERS
“Alliance Universelle:” only he is still more free from “partialism "