[ noun ] unbiased impartial unconcern
Used in print(Schubert Ogden, Christ Without Myth....)
However , even if the latent demand for demythologization is not nearly as widespread as we are claiming , at_least among the cultured elements of the population there tends to be an almost complete indifference to the church and its traditional message of sin and grace .(Leon Uris, Mila 8....)
Andrei remembered that his own reaction had been one of indifference .
[ noun ] the trait of lacking enthusiasm for or interest in things generally
Used in print(John F. Hayward, "Mimesis and Symbol in the Arts"...)
The image of the world tends to reflect the hostility and indifference of man or_else to dissolve into empty spaces and overwhelming mystery .
[ noun ] (psychology) apathy demonstrated by an absence of emotional reactions
Used in print(Christopher Davis, First Family....)
Scotty accepted the decision with indifference and did not enter the arguments .