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ego +‎ -ic


egoic (comparative more egoic, superlative most egoic)

  1. Of or relating to the ego.
    • 1970, C. S. Wallia, Toward Century 21: Technology, Society, and Human Values, Basic Books, page 307:
      Most people most of the time experience themselves and others in one or another way that I shall call egoic.
    • 1997, Eckhart Tolle, The Power of Now, page 102:
      As long as the egoic mind is running your life, you cannot truly be at ease.
    • 2001, Edmund Husserl and Anthony J. Steinbock, Analyses Concerning Passive and Active Synthesis: Lectures on Transcendental Logic,[1] Springer, page 16:
      All such lived-experiences are not only modes of consciousness in general, but egoic acts; and this is what we want to make clear now.


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