pleonectic


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pleonectic

(ˌpliːəˈnɛktɪk)
adj
characterized by pleonexia
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Human motivations are pleonectic: in the pursuit of its own good, every soul prefers more, and this means that law and contract are needed to restrain a natural tendency to injustice (359a).
I had never made plans, being far from pleonectic. I made some.
These basic points taken from Plato's most famous dialogue ought to disabuse us of Rorty's assumption that philosophy, in the Platonic sense, is as indifferently open to the prideful, the pleonectic, and the morally experimental as it is to the humble, the receptive, and the morally ordered.