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Definition of Impersonal

Impersonal

  1. Not personal; not representing a person; not having personality.
  2. That which wants personality; specifically (Gram.), an impersonal verb.

Impersonal Quotations

Pity may represent little more than the impersonal concern which prompts the mailing of a check, but true sympathy is the personal concern which demands the giving of one's soul.
Martin Luther King, Jr.

Technology has a shadow side. It accounts for real progress in medicine, but has also hurt it in many ways, making it more impersonal, expensive and dangerous. The false belief that a safety net of sophisticated drugs and machines stretches below us, permitting risky or lazy lifestyle choices, has undermined our spirit of self-reliance.
Andrew Weil

The theater, bringing impersonal masks to life, is only for those who are virile enough to create new life: either as a conflict of passions subtler than those we already know, or as a complete new character.
Alfred Jarry

Behind all their personal vanity, women themselves always have an impersonal contempt for woman.
Friedrich Nietzsche

God is the name people give to the reason we are here. But I think that reason is the laws of physics rather than someone with whom one can have a personal relationship. An impersonal God.
Stephen Hawking
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Impersonal Translations

impersonal in Norwegian is upersonlig, upersonlig
impersonal in Spanish is impersonal
impersonal in Swedish is opersonlig
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