The mentality applied to people and services as well as goods.
Dwelling on the reality of service doesn't really fit in with the mentality of success or mind-set of anyone in the armed forces.
But if your mentality is to play offense, you then think: Fine.
That mentality is what some atheist thinkers believe quietly promotes magical thinking, condoning it via liberal tolerance.
Ever since the Bush years, and I should know because I was there, the GOP has adopted an “us versus them” mentality.
Can we reasonably hope to win, or not to lose, with such a mentality at the head?
It denotes weakness, not so much of the stomach as of the mentality, the will, the character.
The outcropping of ancestral types of mentality is observed to underlie many of the manifestations of vice and crime.
We learnt to know Levantine and Egyptian mentality better than ever.
The speculative systems are thus by their own mentality perfectly complete and selfsufficient systems.
mentality men·tal·i·ty (měn-tāl'ĭ-tē)
The sum of a person's intellectual capabilities or endowment.