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Unexpectedly, the most notorious literary stars are some presumptuous, raving juveniles with personal characteristics of sensitivity and conceitedness.
His desire to achieve the same self-regulation or autonomy that Manfred boasts is, in many respects, commendable--he refuses, for example, to join in with the Bingley sisters' spiteful insults--yet it is often accompanied by, or perceived as, conceitedness.
For Moore, humility is a type of self-forgetfulness that refuses to insist on selfhood outside of a signifying matrix; exclusive focus on self, whether through conceitedness or excessive self-doubt, is hubristic.
According to evolutionary theory, it is in particular the male juvenile who displays conceitedness and risk-taking behavior.
We never underestimate our opponents and we don't show any arrogance or conceitedness.