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Directed toward their particular interests, egoistical individuals are not able to achieve a sustainable rational consensus.
Lies are egoistical creations, whose effects are unfortunately social, exponentially painful and always dreary.
Wellington, Apr 11 ( ANI ): The chief prosecutor in the murder trial of Oscar Pistorius has reportedly accused the Paralympian of being an 'selfish, egoistical liar' and 'self-obsessed'.
47) But Mohler also argued insistently that the Church founded by Christ is a visible one; that separation is of the very nature of heresy; that moving beyond the visible Church dissolves its organic unity; and that what exists as legitimate diversity when held in tension with its contrary within the bounds of Church unity becomes an egoistical contradiction when carried outside the visible Church.
It has drowned the most heavenly ecstasies of religious fervour, of chivalrous enthusiasm, of philistine sentimentalism, in the icy water of egoistical calculation.
As a result, he is just as often viewed as a noxious force, "disruptive and accusatory and unforgiving, even egoistical," in the words of Arnie Kantrowitz, a longtime activist.
Regarded from this critical perspective and coloured by this diction, a variorum's historical record of textual variants appears significant mainly as the egoistical fabrication of a competitive editor bent on carving out his or her own turf for the purposes of contemporary recognition.