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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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Examples

  • Universelle: "only he is still more free from" partialism "(his own word) in his aspirations and practical suggestions with respect to an ultimate

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  • If it could, other types of partialism, such as tribalism, racism, or sexism, would by the same token prove morally valuable too.

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  • "Foot partialism, or a foot fetish, is actually the most common form of fetish," said Ian

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  • 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.

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  • ˜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.

    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

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