By the monotonicity assumption, indifference curves of the egocentric
altruism model are downward sloping everywhere.
But it only shows that the perspective of agape is better than the egocentric
speech is generally outgrown by the age of six or seven, becoming more idiosyncratic and less comprehensible to a listener and finally disappearing.
It follows a protagonist who grapples with several egocentric
problems, journeying from self-centered, perverted myrmidon to become a self-aware and productive member of society.
The local Charleston Daily Mail praised the decision, arguing that "Americans cherish the freedoms guaranteed them under the Constitution, but the thoroughly egocentric
exercise of those rights becomes tiresome.
But I find his overstatement of the "common ground" high school to be disturbingly egocentric
If there's an egocentric
company in the lot, it's probably the Bronfmans' Edper Enterprises, the holding company for subsidiaries including Brascan and merchant bank Hees International.
Zeroing in on how a society views art and how artists produce art objects, the author begins in near nihilism, but ends on a somewhat positive note as she challenges artists, art educators and the art market to move from an egocentric
to a social and ecological basis for creative efforts.
It is quite sad to have to accept that an egocentric
expression I recall from far-off service days now springs all too readily and perhaps appropriate to mind: " .
There were less egocentric
fools blocking the junction, as can be seen in the photograph.
Such an egocentric
, narrow-minded character clearly needs a chance to reach pensionable age in order to understand how offensive his post-holiday rant is to anyone with a modicum of sympathy.
The process of selecting the new superintendent of LAUSD is too important to allow it to be hijacked by a man of the questionable egocentric
character of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
culture sees time as belonging to you.
motivated by collective considerations as well as egocentric
By contrast, the contemporary works, especially those of the hard-line Conceptualists, sometimes seemed complacently caught up in a cartographic paradigm that might best be described as the egocentric
view of the world (e.