' Husbands and Heads of families across the state should, therefore, be on the lookout and make sure that these shylocks, failed politicians do not egocentrically
disenfranchise their wives, as well as household members.
state that "shame-proneness is (depending on assessment method) negatively or negligibly correlated with other-oriented empathy and positively linked with the tendency to focus egocentrically
on one's own distress." (8) Such moral responses are not well suited for restorative justice, as empathetic responses seem essential to the effectiveness of this kind of justice.
It has been argued that in a further stage, the rat can behave egocentrically
in this allocentric environment (relativistic mentation).
anchored as we are, (3) the self comes into view prosocially, relationally among other selves (see Rorty 1993, 80, as well as works by Nicholas Epley and Thomas Gilovich).
An Arab would see this egocentrically
as the site in which he protects his family's life, not as a site that symbolizes some kind of attachment to or rejection from the state ...
If there are at least humans and non-humans in the environment, how do they exist--is it independently or interdependently, egocentrically
I have to tell you that egocentrically
, as I was reading [your essay]
Before reaching this awareness, children tend to believe that their perceptions of the world are accurate reflections of its actual properties and that others will therefore perceive the world as they do, so they are egocentrically
Research has shown that rivals egocentrically
think most about the issues most important to their own side, but not necessarily to issues that are important to their rivals (Kruger, Windschitl, Burrus, Fessel, & Chambers, 2008).
"There's a subtle boundary between the ability to identify with others and take on their perspective -- and therefore be empathic -- and the inability to distinguish between self and other, thus acting egocentrically
" explains Silani.
Departmentalization can hinder company integration where departments become egocentrically
concerned with their 'turf' and position, often leading to conflicts and power struggles within interdepartmental relationships.
I urge caution when professing, egocentrically
or for reasons of personal belief, that the complexity of social systems differs in kind from that of any other organized system.