Contemplation of one's own thoughts, feelings, and sensations; self-examination.(noun)
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Use "introspection" in a sentence
"Instead, Shaftesbury assumes that the language in which we conduct our introspection is always public."
"To open oneself up to that introspection is almost the first step to a true religiosity, where you can be honest with yourself and humble in the way I think you have to be in order to be truly religious."
"I agree with Urstoff - introspection is a pretty weak argument."