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Conradi fair-mindedly asserts that Canetti possessed, as did Murdoch, a rare capacity for totally selfless attention to others, identifying and invigorating their best qualities.
He did what he could to assure that disinterested reviewers approached their work fair-mindedly. Brauer liked to quote Sir Steven Runciman to the effect that historians worked "under the watchful scrutiny of their colleagues." He put that awareness to work as well when consulted about manuscripts submitted to or solicited by his coeditors, consultations that occurred in respect to every issue for those thirty-five years of his stewardship.
The first imperative boils down to being subjective; being so intelligently and fair-mindedly will benefit a reporter's career over the long run.