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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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And if man exercises such liberty egoistically, instead of rejoining himself, reflectingly and lovingly, in the being and in the good that God irrevocably is, he will only manage, as our mortal life shows he has timelessly done, to make evil real, the same evil that exists only potentially in God but is ferociously and banally present in the human world.
1997) and nervousness (Hornstein, 1982) that might lead to egoistically motivated helping in order to relieve one's own negative emotional state (Batson, 1998).
In an act of resistance, representational abstraction was egoistically centripetal rather than publicly centrifugal, investing in a romance of the self in place of an art instrumentally focused on the problematics of society's weal.
All people are egoistically viewed to be bad because they, together with their wicked eyes, voices, and heartbeats, are trying to "harm" him, to "steal" his peace and "disturb" his life.
We egoistically follow our needs, sometimes with consciousness and excuses: But how shall we convince others to contribute to our plan of saving the world with sustainability?
Only an egoistically distorted love brings about the weakening and abolition of its recipient.
Moving on to Tamburlaine, he contends that if Aeneas's failure is due to a lack of idealized masculine self-objects, Tamburlaine egoistically asserts this ideal from within himself.