Noun(1) the denial and rejection of a doctrine or belief(2) renunciation of your own interests in favor of the interests of others
(1) Will the discursive spaces within the left be divided into radical, semi-radical, not-so radical, etc. depending on abnegation of one's own particularism?(2) At this point in the play, folk culture of Lenten abnegation and christening joy collides with mannered personal interaction and judgmental asperity.(3) This has nothing whatsoever to do with submission or with abnegation .(4) Instead, it surely refers to a state of total stillness and even abnegation , an ideal that religious adepts of all disciplines have long aspired to.(5) I would like to think that by now I am free, but though I have a lot of positive emotion associated with my sexuality, I believe I will never escape fully from the abnegation .(6) There is both a politics and a delight in this, and both are contingent on abnegation .(7) Given that the abnegation of the ego is enjoined by almost every spiritual tradition, this becomes relevant across the spectrum of faiths.(8) abnegation of political power(9) abnegation of political lawmaking power(10) Known as Sufi (literal meaning - wool, as in ascetics who wore woolen garments), they opted for solitude and abnegation , renouncing physical comforts.(11) Moreover, Llewellyn's almost complete abnegation of issues of style, iconography, authorship, or artistic quality results in a rather restricted view of the monuments as mere historical objects, as products of an industry.(12) Many critics, theorists, and philosophers have phlegmatically resigned themselves to this space of abnegation .(13) Built using a surprising array of materials and techniques, each dress focuses on primal elements of human nature - the soul, memory, seduction, abnegation .(14) The same holds for those particular settings where abnegation and impersonality are required.(15) He has asked in our act of faith an abnegation analogous to that of his Son.(16) In his obituary, The Times recorded that ├ö├ç├┐Wittgenstein showed the characteristics of a religious contemplative of the hermit type├ö├ç├û, and referred to his extreme abnegation and retirement.
(1) self-abnegation :: self-opoffering
1. renunciation ::
2. self-denial ::
1. indulgence ::
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