Origin of self-examination
Related formsself-ex·am·in·ing, adjective
Examples from the Web for self-examination
But Mercury, Jupiter, and Venus are calling for self-examination on this score.
So had I not been in the habit of self-examination, I doubt I would have found it.
We must believe, though the evidence is ambiguous, that self-examination helps us as individuals and societies.
Part of this absence of empathy is an incapacity for self-examination.
Take for example that self-examination before the cheval glass.All Roads Lead to Calvary|Jerome K. Jerome
I enter'd upon the execution of this plan for self-examination, and continu'd it with occasional intermissions for some time.Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin|Benjamin Franklin
The days of honest labor and study, the earnest self-criticism and self-examination, were gone.The Genius|Margaret Horton Potter
That wholesome discipline of self-examination was greatly assisted by the progress of events.Fifteen Chapters of Autobiography|George William Erskine Russell
But lacking those outside monitors, one must all the more cultivate the habit of constant inlooking and self-examination.When Knighthood Was in Flower|Charles Major