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  • n. Plural form of partialist.

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Examples

  • Whether there exists such a thing as morally admirable partiality is the main issue that separates the so-called partialists from the impartialists.

    Impartiality

  • For patients who still insist on galivanting about to all the various partialists, coming to me for all their blood work has significant advantages: 1. I can avoid duplicate testing.

    Archive 2009-06-01

  • I agree that proceduralists and partialists can have a greater temptation to do wrong than you and I do, simply because the value of over-operating, over-documenting and overcharging is greater to them, therefore the risk of being caught is a bit lower.

    I Call Bullshit

  • Before Pericles came the Seven Wise Masters, and we have the beginnings of geometry, metaphysics and ethics: then the partialists, — deducing the origin of things from flux or water, or from air, or from fire, or from mind.

    Representative Men

  • Whether this extreme position really is required, either by moral impartiality or by the demand that we treat people as equals, is a matter of great dispute, not only between partialists and impartialists but within the impartialist camp itself.

    Impartiality

  • To the extent that a deep issue between partialists and impartialists can be identified, it is presumably the question of whether

    Impartiality

  • Thus, any general claim beginning with the words 'partialists (or impartialists) think that ...' is bound to be both misleading and contentious.

    Impartiality

  • Before Pericles, came the Seven Wise Masters; and we have the beginnings of geometry, metaphysics, and ethics: then the partialists, -- deducing the origin of things from flux or water, or from air, or from fire, or from mind.

    Representative Man (1850)

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