I think that I have a different perception of arrogance than many just on a basis of observation and how the word is used.
To me arrogance does not come with visible knowledge or skill, but with pretense. Being knowledgeable and sharing it with others does not mean that you are arrogant, its in how you come across and the accompanying sense of self-entitlement.
Arrogance is more of a behavioral label than a way of ragging on someone because they may actually be good at something.
There are also the types of arrogance that are less visible in our relationships with ourselves, our goals and perhaps higher powers, but that’s not usually the sort of thing I see people criticizing, which is probably good because its impossible to really pick up on and would be absurd.
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- seinedoll said: It depends. I tend to detect arrogance in the way people give meaning to things and how they counter-argue.
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