Narcissism

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Narcissus painting by Caravaggio, depicting Narcissus gazing upon the water after falling in love with his own reflection.

Narcissism is a condition in which a person admires their own attributes through vanity or egotism. The term is derived from Narcissus, a figure from classical mythology who fell in love with the sight of his own face.

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