His very obstinacy and egoism
now enabled him, blind, comparatively poor, and the representative of a lost cause, to maintain his proud and patient dignity in the midst of the triumph of all that was most hateful to him, and, as he believed, to God.
We try to believe that the egoism
within us would have easily been melted, and that it was only the narrowness of our knowledge which hemmed in our generosity, our awe, our human piety, and hindered them from submerging our hard indifference to the sensations and emotions of our fellows.
Thornbury, sweet but trivial in her maternal egoism
The Democratic community remains confined to "narrow political egoism
" that does not meet the demands of the stage, the party believes.
When I speak of ethical egoism
, I have in mind what I have dubbed "classical" egoism
or individualism, which is the view that the morally good life is one that advances the flourishing of the agent as the human being her or she is.
holds that one is entitled to what one has earned.
Stanishev pointed out also that when national egoism
prevails, everyone loses.
There are three attributes of ethical climate which are benevolence, egoism
and principle (Victor et al., 1993).
He said Imran Khan's politics had been ended now due to his stubbornness and politics of egoism
I will here defend ethical egoism
or what I like to call the moral theory of benign selfishness.
justice theory), relativism, egoism
, and utilitarianism (i.e.