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Use "impartiality" in a sentence
"Since Mill's utilitarian is liberal, Mill has little patience for views, which he considers caricatures, in which utilitarianism doesn't care about distribution -- Mill reiterates, over and over, the importance of what he calls impartiality, and one soon realizes that this is in fact a principle governing distribution of benefits, one that he thinks is built into the principle of utility itself."
"The debate, though, will continue about whether the idea of impartiality is somehow a "false standard"."
"That said, we're quite peachy with the notion that curtailing one's self-interest in the name of impartiality is a virtue."