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self-conception

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun Self-concept.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • KSM, dressed in a rumpled T-shirt, looks dopey, disheveled, and paunchy, the exact opposite of his own heroic self-conception as the James Bond of Jihad.

    The Longest War

  • Whether or not his father really wanted one of his sons to be a holy warrior is beside the larger point, which is that bin Laden increasingly fused together his own religious zealotry with the reverence and admiration that he felt for his father, and grafted it on to his self-conception as a heroic warrior defending Islam.

    The Longest War

  • Whether or not his father really wanted one of his sons to be a holy warrior is beside the larger point, which is that bin Laden increasingly fused together his own religious zealotry with the reverence and admiration that he felt for his father, and grafted it on to his self-conception as a heroic warrior defending Islam.

    The Longest War

  • Whether or not his father really wanted one of his sons to be a holy warrior is beside the larger point, which is that bin Laden increasingly fused together his own religious zealotry with the reverence and admiration that he felt for his father, and grafted it on to his self-conception as a heroic warrior defending Islam.

    The Longest War

  • KSM, dressed in a rumpled T-shirt, looks dopey, disheveled, and paunchy, the exact opposite of his own heroic self-conception as the James Bond of Jihad.

    The Longest War

  • Our self-conception is in fact based on a three-fold myth of American religious freedom that distorts the current debate about religion in public life.

    David Sehat: The Myths Of American Religious Freedom

  • KSM, dressed in a rumpled T-shirt, looks dopey, disheveled, and paunchy, the exact opposite of his own heroic self-conception as the James Bond of Jihad.

    The Longest War

  • Whether or not his father really wanted one of his sons to be a holy warrior is beside the larger point, which is that bin Laden increasingly fused together his own religious zealotry with the reverence and admiration that he felt for his father, and grafted it on to his self-conception as a heroic warrior defending Islam.

    The Longest War

  • Our self-conception is in fact based on a three-fold myth of American religious freedom that distorts the current debate about religion in public life.

    David Sehat: The Myths Of American Religious Freedom

  • KSM, dressed in a rumpled T-shirt, looks dopey, disheveled, and paunchy, the exact opposite of his own heroic self-conception as the James Bond of Jihad.

    The Longest War

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