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  • "Your ability to innovate is inversely proportional to your client's self-perceived sophistication."

    Who Should Be The Next Administrator of NASA? - NASA Watch

  • But he was drawn to books and learning for their own sake, and the mean-spiritedness of academic politics—typically driven by envy, resentment and self-perceived inadequacy—grate on such sensitive temperaments.

    A World We Have Lost

  • Despite their self-perceived genius, neither Donilon nor Obama appear to have appreciated that alternatives to Karzai might be worse or unavailable, and that the U.S. seldom has perfect choices in wartime allies.

    Stephen Yates and Christian Whiton: Obama's Mini-Me

  • For countries in the sphere of Globalization 2.0, elites seem to recognize that their responsibility is first and foremost to improve the livelihoods of their own peoples, and the survival and legitimacy of their power depends on their national interests rather than some self-perceived destiny to run the world.

    Nathan Gardels: Eric X. Li's Globalization 2.0

  • With that small training device and a huge injection of his belief in me, Will rebuilt my hopes and erased my self-perceived inadequacies.

    Fallin’ Up

  • Every year into the future, China will graduate more than seven million people from its universities, up from fewer than a million in 1998, and many of them are struggling to find work suitable to their self-perceived status.

    Is China Next?

  • The men were assessed for physical attractiveness (both self-perceived and other-rated), body size (height, BMI), 2D: 4D ratios and masculine personality/sex roles.

    Come Upstairs and See My Vocabulary, Baby?

  • The mainstream media seemed content, this week, to view the landscape of political discussion high atop their self-perceived ivory towers of journalistic ethics and excellence -- without pausing for a single moment to consider their own contributions to this culture.

    Chris Weigant: Friday Talking Points [151] -- Obama's Speech

  • More than just IQ: School achievement is predicted by self-perceived abilities—but for genetic rather than environmental reasons.

    Red Flags or Red Herrings?

  • I'm responding to your words, and not to your self-perceived "insider" - ness.

    New NASA Admin Rumors - NASA Watch


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