- n. Act or process of referring to itself or oneself.
- self- + reference (Wiktionary)
“These are all just ego attachments -- points of self-reference and, too often, self-worth -- and all will one day disappear with death itself.”
“Nothing makes you aware of this faster than when something removes one or all of these passing points of self-reference.”
“Without that belief The Wolfman would be a cowardly parody trying to hide in irony and smart self-reference rather than trying to do right by the classic movie that came before.”
“The POLITICO self-reference meter is off the charts!”
“Beyond portraying the familiar pain of adolescence—Oliver imagines his own death, steeped in bathos, in order to imagine his glorious resurrection—"Submarine" provides a highly original investigation of how kids that age are trapped in the synaptic coils of self-reference.”
“[Comment deleted for intentional and promiscuous self-reference.] Ann Elk (Quote)”
“In that proof, the expressive power of arithmetic is needed to get self-reference and incompleteness.”
“Are you asserting that self-reference must be tautological?”
“Ann Elk: [Comment deleted for intentional and promiscuous self-reference.] “promiscuous self-reference?””
“Meta-fiction does not seem to require a social understanding, for the self-reference is inherent to the story (am I right about that?).”
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