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- Oneself is a reflexive pronoun. It may also refer to: Self, an individual person as the object of his or her own reflective consciousness Philosophy of...
- suicide having the most impact. When detailed descriptions of how to kill oneself by a specific means are portra****, this method of suicide can be imitated...
- Making the sign of the cross (Latin: signum crucis), or blessing oneself or crossing oneself, is a ritual blessing made by members of some branches of Christianity...
- Oneself". Diacritics. 31 (4): 22–40. doi:10.1353/dia.2004.0002. JSTOR 1566427. S2CID 143558617. Butler, Judith (2005). Giving an account of oneself (1st ed...
- account of questions like why one is s****ing a solution (such as asking why oneself wants to contribute money to a certain charity), and why one may keep getting...
- Self-hatred is personal self-loathing or hatred of oneself, or low self-esteem which may lead to self-harm. The term "self-hatred" is used infrequently...
- Self-cannibalism is the practice of eating oneself, also called autocannibalism, or autosarcophagy. A similar term which is applied differently is autophagy...
- Marcel van Ackeren, 45–61. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. ****son, Keith. 2009. "Oneself as Others: Aurelius and Autobiography." Arethusa 42.1: 99–125. Gill, Christopher...
- expressions are in common use. Terms such as playing with yourself, pleasuring oneself and slang such as ****ing, jerking off, fapping and frigging are common...
- Self-incrimination is the act of exposing oneself generally, by making a statement, "to an accusation or charge of crime; to involve oneself or another [person] in a criminal...