\ɪndˈɪfɹəns], \ɪndˈɪfɹəns], \ɪ_n_d_ˈɪ_f_ɹ_ə_n_s]\
Definitions of INDIFFERENCE
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By Noah Webster.
The state of being unconcerned; impartiality; absence of choice or interest; unconcernedness; unimportance.
By William Dodge Lewis, Edgar Arthur Singer
The state of being indifferent; neutrality; unconcern; freedom from prepossession or bias; state in which there is no difference; inferior quality. The centre of indifference, the state of indifference which frequently intervenes between renunciation and regeneration, or between negative and positive, in the higher life of the spirit.
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By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H.
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- A German historian and poet; born in Neidenburg, East Prussia, Jan. 19, 1821; died at Munich, May 1, 1891. He studied severely Konigsberg home, wrote essays of deep scholarship; "Socialistic Elements Goethe's Wilhelm Meister"; tragedy, "The Death Tiberius", the ripest historical learning; "Corsica"; other most authoritative books travel description, based on close personal study. also "Euphorion", an epic, poems high repute. But his works, unsurpassed learning vivid realization spirit their times, are commanding monument genius. City Rome Middle Ages", "Lucretia Borgia", "Urban VIII"., Monuments Popes", "Athenais", need be named.