A salty pragmatism runs throughout, and only a modicum of introspection is encouraged.
Still, some introspection on the part of Hillel International might be worthwhile.
But I really do believe that it can be a time when Republicans engage in an appropriate level of introspection.
The most startling thing about Babbitt today is not its satire but the haunting, if brief, moments of introspection.
introspection might be your bag, or you might prefer to be a spectator.
On this third view of the meaning of introspection, therefore, our decision is wholly against it.
Perhaps it was his innate feeling, his deep sense of introspection.
In spite of the medley of intrigue and carnage, there is introduced, after Senecan fashion, much philosophizing and introspection.
Let us proceed at once to test our conclusion by introspection.
He claims against Comte and his followers a place for introspection in psychological research.
introspection in·tro·spec·tion (ĭn'trə-spěk'shən)
Contemplation of one's own thoughts, feelings, and sensations; self-examination.
A feature of some programming languages that allows a running program to obtain information about its own implementation.
For example, the Lisp function, "symbol-function" takes a Lisp symbol and returns the function definition associated with that symbol. Lisp is particularly suited to introspection because its source code uses the same underlying representation as its data. Another example is Perl's "can" method which returns true if a given object's class provides a given method.