With the failure of his pilgrimage he had lost all hope, all 'egoism.'...
"Tatterdemalion" by John Galsworthy
In the plant-community egoism reigns supreme.
"Introduction to the Science of Sociology" by Robert E. Park
Egoism and altruism are not to be mutually exclusive.
"A Plea for the Criminal" by James Leslie Allan Kayll
In the seventeenth century men still had the courage of their egoism.
"Rosinante to the Road Again" by John Dos Passos
As he watched them, Jon was still curious, but he was getting mad underneath at the cold egoism of the Steel-Blues.
"Acid Bath" by Vaseleos Garson
What may at first sight appear as aesthetic or mystic egoism is perhaps the better way.
"Mountain Meditations" by L. Lind-af-Hageby
Craft and cunning replaced mere curiosity and puppyish egoism.
"The Country Beyond" by James Oliver Curwood
In the lower animals with no separate sexes egoism reigns absolutely.
"The Sexual Question" by August Forel
No one can have failed to note the immense egoism of the modern woman.
"The Truth About Woman" by C. Gasquoine Hartley
This egoism in the doctrine of personal survival has been repeatedly flung at it by satirists, and commented on by philosophers.
"The Religious Sentiment" by Daniel G. Brinton
Finally, the demands of national egoism are urged in behalf of war.
"Prize Orations of the Intercollegiate Peace Association" by Intercollegiate Peace Association
Thought out my plan of militant egoism.
"Claire" by Leslie Burton Blades
He must not oppose his egoism to her interests.
"Carmen Ariza" by Charles Francis Stocking
This is the privilege of the divine egoism of the prophet.
"Whitman" by John Burroughs
If love is egoistical then I am rampant this moment with egoism.
"The Gorgeous Isle" by Gertrude Atherton
The French Materialists of the last century have been accused of preaching egoism.
"Anarchism and Socialism" by George Plechanoff
Peter had the childlike egoism of the very religious or the devotee of art.
"Rose MacLeod" by Alice Brown
His egoism, his enthusiasm, his idea of his own self-sufficiency seemed preposterous.
"Fairfax and His Pride" by Marie Van Vorst
The world is nothing but a collection of egoisms hanging loosely together.
"Villa Eden:" by Berthold Auerbach
It is merely an entertaining restatement of an egoism of a kind that man was trying to discard before the days of bows and arrows.
"The Book of This and That" by Robert Lynd