self-narrative love

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  • n. An introspective recounting of a person's development.

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Examples

  • I just trust and am inspired more by Obama and I don't buy Edwards self-narrative or appreciate his race baiting.

    Edwards Sharpens Attack On Clintons And "Corporate Democrats"

  • For Vivian Gornick, self-narrative is a form of cultural criticism: The personal is decidedly political.

    Vivian Gornick.

  • The continued stream of drone-inflicted civilian deaths feeds into a long-standing Pakistani self-narrative regarding the history of U.S. political intervention in Pakistani affairs.

    Sanjeev Bery: "Pretend Secrecy" Shields the White House from a Drone Missile Debate

  • Children of the Pyre: A 73-minute feature-length documentary in a self-narrative format about seven children who make their living off the dead in the town of Manikarnika — the busiest cremation grounds in India.

    Buzzine » Indian Film Fest Kicks Off

  • Just as we cannot rationally have prudential concern for someone else simply because we happen to incorporate (perhaps delusionally) their life into our self-narrative, similarly, if we are not otherwise warranted to have prudential concern for our own future self, we cannot change this simply by virtue of how we happen to construct our self-narrative.

    Advance Directives and Substitute Decision-Making

  • The Caplan self-narrative demonstrates the difficulties of accurately tracing out influence.

    The Austrian Economists:

  • In which case you don't have a bureaucratic machine, you have a strangely complicated geo-autobiographical project, a self-narrative articulated even under the conformal pressures of the US military.

    Dugway Proving Ground, or: TerraServer, Part IV

  • In the most basic sense of the term, self-consciousness is not something that comes about the moment one attentively inspects or reflectively introspects one's experiences, or in the instant of self-recognition of one's image in the mirror, or in the proper use of the first-person pronoun, or in the construction of a self-narrative.

    Phenomenological Approaches to Self-Consciousness

  • In 1998 Carruth turned to a different form of self-narrative with

    PoetryFoundation.org

  • OK, let's work with that idea: Historically, belief in the supernatural (broadly) and theism in particular have been humanity's self-narrative for explaining phenomena they could not explain in physical terms.

    Pharyngula

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