3 Answers

  1. Pride is a religious term, the name of one of the deadly sins. For people who do not believe, it does not make any sense. People often talk about pride as a kind of” bad ” pride, pride with a negative connotation. This is reminiscent of the Soviet-era contradiction “we have a scout, and the enemies have a spy.”

    There is no concept of “sin” in psychology, so all these “lust”, “greed”, “gluttony”, “pride” and other words with any religious assessment do not make any sense. So comparing pride and hubris is like comparing the warm with the soft.

  2. Pride is a positively colored emotion that reflects positive self-esteem — the presence of self-esteem, self-esteem, and self-worth. In a figurative sense, “pride” can refer to the reason for such self-esteem (for example, “this student is the pride of the entire institute”). (from the explanatory dictionary of the Russian language by S. I. Ozhegov).

    Pride — excessive pride, arrogance, arrogance, selfishness, conceit. (from the explanatory dictionary of the Russian language edited by D. N. Ushakov).

    I think everything is clear from the definitions.

  3. Pride is an insurmountable wall through which it is impossible to reach, a sense of greatness and one's own uncompromising superiority. Pride, on the other hand, is the embodiment of your love for yourself, the desire to recognize your merits and values, thanks to which you receive respect. And as you know, relationships without respect are doomed to failure. But pulling the blanket only in your own direction will not lead to anything good. Remember, the ideal relationship model is when everyone tries to cover the other with this blanket.

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