Definitions

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  • Of or pertaining to solipsism.

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  • adjective of, relating to, or being disposed to solipsism

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Examples

  • Functional theories that recognize no content-determining external relata have been called solipsistic (Harman 1987).

    Mental Representation

  • You seem to have erred in characterizing as solipsistic those solons who dangled a participle in drafting the law controlling the National Endowment for the Arts.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • You seem to have erred in characterizing as solipsistic those solons who dangled a participle in drafting the law controlling the National Endowment for the Arts.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • You seem to have erred in characterizing as solipsistic those solons who dangled a participle in drafting the law controlling the National Endowment for the Arts.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • You seem to have erred in characterizing as solipsistic those solons who dangled a participle in drafting the law controlling the National Endowment for the Arts.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • This conversation started off ad hominem: I'm "solipsistic," misguided, I'm politically motivated, I'm ignorant of the basic facts and of the "meaning" of the text.

    Whether true or not

  • Alright, instead of "not very grown up" would you be happy with 'solipsistic', or 'not self-aware', or 'immature', or 'underdeveloped'?

    The Big Philosophical Question

  • Though Mrs Brown's choice of gifts was praised as thoughtful, Mrs Obama's choice of gifts for Fraser and John was 'solipsistic'.

    Home | Mail Online

  • Equally insulting, decided the Times of London, was Michelle Obama's "solipsistic" and

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  • Equally insulting, decided the Times of London, was Michelle Obama's "solipsistic" and "inherently dismissive" gifts to the Browns 'two little boys, Fraser and John.

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  • "At Home" is too solipsistic, too beholden to the confessional tenets of the therapeutic movement to be a first-rate memoir. But if it often bears an uncomfortable resemblance to an analyst's session, it's also a far cry from "Here but Not Here," Lillian Ross' self-aggrandizing account of her affair with the New Yorker editor William Shawn.

    -- MICHIKO KAKUTANI

    February 19, 2009

  • Ugh.

    February 19, 2009