self-examining


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Synonyms for self-examining

given to examining own sensory and perceptual experiences

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It's not that they're vain; they just can't get out of the cycle of self-examining.
Such a portentous question is hard to address, but it turned out to be a near-perfect encapsulation of the self-examining quality of the artist's work.
A milestone in Roth's career, the narrative mode of Portnoy--an extended psychoanalytic monologue--would influence Roth's later self-examining fictions.
For self-examining, this is the proper time for the Bharatiya Janata Party," he added.
I really don't want a morose, deeply self-examining piece," he says.
Most chapters contain multiple review sections with self-examining questions.
Ackerley's "examining and self-examining book" shifts back and forth between parent and child, "ploughing to and fro over my father's life and my own.
His follow-up, The Long Day Closes, in 1992, followed the same self-examining route, which he had originally explored in a novel - Hallelujah Now-almost ten years before.