self-conception

self-con·cep·tion

(sĕlf′kən-sĕp′shən)
n.
Self-concept.
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The event is organised by Youthpire, the first youth platform to engage different categories of the Egyptian youth, with different backgrounds and interests, to construct their self-conception through development, empowerment, and inspirationI" through physical and mental methodologies.
From an array of factors such as a nurse's coping skills, social supports, job satisfaction, self-conception and pride, philosophy and life experiences, as well as external stressors like the physical environment, change, role ambiguity and resource shortages: the potential for a perfect storm is stirring.
De Carvalho makes an interesting case for Interesse as the Vocation's protagonist by (correctly) tying Interesse to an agent's basic self-conception and to the way in which moral self-development, reflectively undertaken, informs and likewise is informed by one's self-conception as a rational agent.
clearly indicates how emperors and patriarchs used this self-conception to their own advantage when it suited them.
Astute European visitors, such as the celebrated Alexis de Tocqueville and the lesser-known Francis Grand, witnessed America's unprecedented achievements and through their books reinforced the young nation's powerful self-conception.
The possibility of women's discursive manipulation is neither offered nor foreclosed in Chapter 2's discussion of women's professionalization, self-conception, gender liberation, and race progressivism.
Axel Springer s executive board has summarized the self-conception and strategy for the company in a new position paper.
How inconvenient for his self-conception that he's written one of the best literary works of this year.
The self-conception of many members that the CTSA is open to all Catholic theologians is faulty and self-deceptive," states the report, dated May 15 but released by the society in October.
He continued, 'Such an annual overall remuneration - even though one-time and reflecting the success of several years through the SIP - is neither in accord with my own self-conception nor with the Raiffeisen banking group's foundation of values.
This is supposed to follow from the fact that deliberating is always towards some goal: yet I don't see why admitting that the agent is deliberating toward some goal would require a self-conception by the agent that they act on reasons.
There is another reason why Ocean can't be saddled with an easy label, and it points to an interesting aspect of his newly minted self-conception," Powers noted.