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ego

noun character, conceit, egoism, egotism, identity, image of oneself, individuality, person, pride, pride in administration by others, pride in place in society, pride in reputation, pride in status, self, self-concept, self-esteem, self-identity, self-image
Associated concepts: alter ego

EGO. I, myself. This term is used in forming genealogical tables, to represent the person who is the object of inquiry.

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Nel's casting Sula as scatterbrained determines yet another aspect of Sula's egoless nature.
One thinks of Steir's longtime mentor, Agnes Martin, in this respect, Martin being the great interpreter of her own egoless production.
In his battle with Clu, Kevin has resorted to egoless non-action, a strategy he describes as "his Zen thing.
The tea ceremony was in the spirit of the Egoless School (Wu Wo Chahui [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]), and I was invited to join.
These same people [with] the strongest egos ever described and the most definitely individual, were also precisely the ones who could be most egoless, self-transcending, and problem-centered" (p.
Therefore, to instill in a team an egoless and collective mentality among the players can seem insurmountable.
People have to be objective and to some extent almost egoless because they are going to be making comments about whether somebody else on their team made a mistake.
The principle was the same, to achieve an egoless, togetherness.
He desperately needed a touch of the egoless and biocentric sanity of Sir Thomas Browne: "I hold there is a general beauty in the works of God, and there is no deformity in any kind or species of creature whatsoever.
Throughout his long career, Seeger has been the most egoless of American singers, offering his voice and banjo as a conduit for traditions and causes that originate far outside his own experience.
Where an artist invests hope and purpose in print, Boomer's egoless print fragments are "not proud of their tricks, unconscious of the bravery, the ignorance they displayed, and of Boomer waiting to catch them on the sharpened nail" (174).