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Passionate, impassionate or dispassionate?

Passionate - easily aroused to anger, filled with anger : ANGRY

Impassioned filled with passion or zeal : showing great warmth or intensity of feeling

Dispassionate - not influenced by strong feeling; especially : not affected by personal or emotional involvement <a dispassionate critic> <a dispassionate approach to an issue> - DISPASSIONATE implies actions that are well thought out, based on evidence.

IMPASSIONED, PASSIONATE, ARDENT, FERVENT, FERVID, PERFERVID mean showing intense feeling. IMPASSIONED implies warmth and intensity without violence and suggests fluent verbal expression <an impassioned plea for justice>. PASSIONATE implies great vehemence and often violence and wasteful diffusion of emotion <a passionate denunciation>. ARDENT implies an intense degree of zeal, devotion, or enthusiasm <an ardent supporter of human rights>. FERVENT stresses sincerity and steadiness of emotional warmth or zeal <fervent good wishes>. FERVID suggests warmly and spontaneously and often feverishly expressed emotion <fervid love letters>. PERFERVID implies the expression of exaggerated or overwrought feelings <perfervid expressions of patriotism>.

As an engineer I spend a lot of time reading and thinking about my career, and relating it to the experiences which I've dealt with in the past seven years in Massachusetts, and the combined ten years since I started working with semiconductors.

We never just say this is fantastic. We're filled with skepticism. We needed to prove to ourselves that they could back up the claim. To overcome our doubts. However this was Because it didn't validate what we were used to.

I believe it is important to view problems in a dispassionate way, to put aide idelology and to look at the evidence before making a decision about what is the best course of action. Unfortunatley, theough harly surprisingly my time at CCFC as a member, and then witness to the decisions made

I saw that decisions were often made because of ideology and politics. As a result many wronge headed actions were taken, ones that only exacerbated the problems at hand, but fit with the interests, beliefs and immediate needs of the people in power. The French intellectual Pierre Bourdiew has writtel about the need for leaders to behave more like scholars and engage in scientific debate based on hard facts and evidence. Regrettably the opposite happens too often, when academics involved in making policy reccomendations become politicized and start to bend the evidence to fit the ideas of those in charge.

Took a few months to get accustomed to the Boston culture, maybe but then you miss the things back home.

Living your life purposefully, and even if it doesn't