egocentric

[ ee-goh-sen-trik, eg-oh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF egocentric

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His egotism, or egocentric method, is the fundamental fact about his work.

It is egocentric and a little inconsiderate of the importance of other people.

If pragmatism is not egocentric, it is at least anthropocentric.

But you can't take advantage of her in an egocentric, arbitrary way.

Both worlds are egocentric, megalomaniac, filled to the full with unbridled human will and desire.

Studies of paranoia and of egocentric personalities have resulted in the discovery of the only or favorite child complex.

Taoism was out of the question as a substitute, because of its anarchistic and egocentric character.

Here again why not follow the egocentric plan of starting with what the student knows?

I do not remember any particular case, but I always took him and considered him as an egocentric person.

Many moral philosophers, those of the Kantian school without exception, labour under the delusion of this same, egocentric view.

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