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In a similar fashion to many of the previously discussed theorists, Kohut (1971; 1996) appears to suggest a transient splitting off of the reflective function in the narcissistically organised obsessive compulsive patient.
Just as frustrating to them has been the movement of many toms to residential neighborhoods where they strut with impunity, displaying narcissistically to hens on open lawns.
On the one hand, sedentary travelers polarize the world and radically alienate what is unfamiliar while remaining narcissistically unmoved in their own self-conceptions (which amounts to a kind of Levinasian ethical failure).
Users are set up by the very interface to operate narcissistically and to think about themselves and what 'they want'.
Lives and works in Brussels and Democratic Republic of Congo Background: Martens is known for his satirical and disturbing video documentaries in which he travels to war-torn countries and places himself narcissistically at the centre of the action, demonstrating how Western spectators consume distant trauma.
Renzo Martens From: The Netherlands Background: Martens is known for his satirical and disturbing video documentaries in which he travels to war-torn countries and places himself narcissistically at the centre of the action.
Cash appears to be enacting a "false" incorporation, which occurs when "the abrupt loss of a narcissistically indispensable object of love has occurred, yet the loss is incommunicable" (129).
Nevertheless, despite immoral and inhumane US and EU sanctions, along with the constant vilification of Iran by these countries or the "international community" as they narcissistically call themselves, Iran arguably continues to be the most stable country in western Asia and North Africa.
And he's always kind of narcissistically glomming onto the side-kick's attention.
The musical mirror: Music therapy for the narcissistically injured.
between the reflection and the reflected which lets itself be seduced narcissistically.
16) Austin MacRae commended Mills for giving "a voice to others" and not being narcissistically self-centered.