Definition of Perfectionism. Meaning of Perfectionism. Synonyms of Perfectionism

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Definition of Perfectionism

Perfectionism
Perfectionism Per*fec"tion*ism, n. The doctrine of the Perfectionists.

Meaning of Perfectionism from wikipedia

- two contrasting types of perfectionism, cl****ifying people as tending towards normal perfectionism or neurotic perfectionism. Normal perfectionists are...
- Perfectionism may refer to: Perfectionism (psychology), a personality trait Perfectionism (philosophy), a persistence of will Christian perfection, doctrine...
- The Perfection is a 2018 American psychological horror thriller film directed by Richard Shepard, from a screenplay by Shepard, Nicole Snyder and Eric...
- Christian perfection Perfect competition Perfect fifth Perfect flower (bi****ual flower) Perfect fourth Perfectionism Perfection (law) Three perfections (Chinese...
- it is usually known as Christian perfection or entire sanctification. Traditional Quakerism refers to Perfectionism. Other denominations, such as the...
- course called "Moral Perfectionism" that he first gave at Harvard University in the 1980s, Stanley Cavell characterizes moral perfectionism in general, and...
- franchise All pages with titles beginning with Perfection All pages with titles containing Perfection Perfect (disambiguation) Perfectionism (disambiguation)...
- disorder marked by an excessive need for orderliness, neatness, and perfectionism. Symptoms are usually present by the time a person reaches adulthood...
- Against Perfection is the debut album by British alternative rock band Adorable. It was released in 1993 on Creation Records. In 2016, Pitchfork ranked...
- perfectionists—egosyntonic perfectionism—were less likely to procrastinate than non-perfectionists, while maladaptive perfectionists, who saw their perfectionism as a problem—egodystonic...
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