dispassionateness, actuality, impartialness, equity, disinterest, justness, alertness, fair-mindedness, dispassion, justice, fact, fair, the gospel truth, conventional/received/traditional wisdom, neutralism, lucidity, equitableness, nonpartisanship, evenhandedness, veracity, truth, substance, verity, fairness, bandwidth, neutrality, clarity, the honest truth
objectivity (part of speech: noun)
outwardness (part of speech: noun)
- His poems, in their restraint, their objectivity, their aloofness from modern feeling, have something chill and artificial. - "Brief History of English and American Literature", Henry A. Beers.
- They are objectivity, the art of seeing things as they really are, clearness of vision, right understanding. - "Wagner's Tristan und Isolde", George Ainslie Hight.
- By the very act of forming that conception He calls the whole into simultaneous objective existence on the plane of His thought- a plane of course far above all those of which we know anything- from which the various globes descend when required into whatever state of further objectivity may be respectively destined for them. - "Clairvoyance", Charles Webster Leadbeater.