extroversive


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He also states the philosophers as those who carry out their extroversive researches and have no concern of religion or faith.
45 The first implies the introversive escape from the world, from social realities and embodied experience to an idealized aestheticism (culminating in Symbolism) and, the other, an extroversive escape, a devotion to and inability to transcend physical existence (culminating in Naturalism).
Also it is specified that those doing sports are more extroversive and more balanced emotionally [3, 37].
In a research performed by Tiryaki (1991), it is specified that those doing sports are more extroversive and more balanced emotionally in comparison to those not doing sports [3, 37].
Unlike the introspective eyes of nineteenth-century literature, Perec's characters' eyes are extroversive and interactive - establishing a complicated network of regards that link characters to each other and to the objects, places, memories, and dreams that make a life.