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If the so termed 'self-righteous' person is insisiting on a particular person 'for another person agianst that person's wish' aa a mere convention then it is unjustifiable...even then it is not so much self-righteous as it is convention-righteous..... If the person/the actor of the context ha a better thought out alternative and dares to pursue that then it is 'self-righteous' in th subjective sense....

So then --- though in the general usage self-righteous has come to mean 'a particular persons assertion of rights and wrongs as per his/view poing'.... It perhaps only means that that ... that person is only asserting the continuance or compliance with the currently conventional
ways to which obviously he also subscribes.


veda
social anthropologist

Ahh, but the self-righteous person assumes that his or her conventions should be everyone's, do they not?

If the so termed self-righteous person is insisiting on a particular person for another person agianst that persons wish aa a mere convention then it is unjustifiable...even then it is not so much self-righteous as it is convention-righteous..... If the person/the actor of the context ha a better thought out alternative and dares to pursue that then it is self-righteous in th subjective sense....

So then --- though in the general usage self-righteous has come to mean a particular persons assertion of rights and wrongs as per his/view poing.... It perhaps only means that that ... that person is only asserting the continuance or compliance with the currently conventional
ways to which obviously he also subscribes.


veda
social anthropologist
+1

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