egoistical


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Synonyms for egoistical

Synonyms for egoistical

limited to or caring only about yourself and your own needs

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In his generally despising attitude, Charles casts no higher light on her, no appreciation, because Hartley becomes little by little to him and his fiction the beggar maid in need to be rescued by a king that proves he will never change from the egoistical man he has always been.
Second, the isolated and egoistical individual needs to be integrated into an interactive and inclusive social network.
We desperately seek a place in the sun--and are all too prone to egoistical self-inflation.
16) Fischer makes her position on this attitude clear by having not just one, but two characters comment on the thoroughly egoistical foundation of such gender ideology, which gives men all the advantages (HM 1:18, 34).
He stands, however, at its threshold as a biological and egoistical creation: a substance that is purely subject.
Heinz acts from altruistic motives of doing something for his sick wife, whereas Paul's motive appears egoistical.
Selfish and egoistical, unconcerned with consequences, deceitful and prone to rash displays of anger; are these not elements and ideas essentially at odds with the ethos of Christianity?
After all, the stereotype of the egoistical artist must have its roots somewhere.
Purpose gives meaning to existence and guides leaders to self-transcendence by shedding their egoistical consciousness.
Within the moral perspective of Happiness as the supreme Good, I cannot deliver myself, I can never be delivered of myself, I can never be freed from my egoistical love of myself.
Primary motivation is egoistical and occurs through the desire to satisfy needs.
Until then that should be the goal of humanity, not the egoistical accumulation of wealth in this zero sum game where somebody else loses if one wins.
Buddhist monks describe Islam as a radical religion that promotes violence for its egoistical interests.
They treat the public domain as their own and hence infringe on the right of passersby to peace and quiet; this egoistical behavior camouflages a sense of inferiority which tries to cover itself by being boisterous and noisy especially when people are around.
In fact, throughout the film, Kore-eda shows the deceitfulness of those who claim to be righteous, suggesting that if you scratch the surface, they turn out to be just as egoistical as anyone else.