In Hugh LaFollette (ed.), International Encyclopedia of Ethics. Wiley. pp. 2560-2566 (2013)

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Garrett Cullity
Australian National University
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Impartiality is primarily a feature of normative or evaluative deliberation – deliberation about what ought to be done or about something's goodness or badness. An initial description is this: such deliberation is impartial when it is not unduly influenced by the deliberator's own interests, preferences, or loyalties. Derivatively, impartiality can be attributed to actions that are guided by deliberation with this feature, or persons who characteristically deliberate or act in this way.
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