Translation of asocial in Spanish:


asocial, adj.

Pronunciation /eɪˈsoʊʃəl//eɪˈsəʊʃ(ə)l/


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    (behavior) asocial
    (existence) con limitado contacto social
    • Contrary to a commonly held belief, self-regulated learning is not asocial in nature and origin.
    • He reasoned that atomized, asocial economic actors better serve competitive markets.
    • The human organism is an asocial, complex, biological entity.
    • He expresses concern that a society that ceases to respect the ‘res publica’ and loses all faith in a ‘national philosophy’ may well drift into an asocial and culturally vacuous anomie.
    • Rousseau taught that human beings are naturally asocial, and in that case to live in society is to be terribly oppressed (unless, he thought, you totally surrender your self).
    • One even observes today an outbreak of asocial behavior - ‘little’ daily acts of senseless violence in our cities.
    • The right to be angry, enraged and furious has been rationalised away as asocial, pathological behaviour.
    • An autistic child placed under pressure will behave in an asocial way by withdrawing, or ignoring or using stereotypes (e.g.: rocking or flapping) to place distance between themselves and the source of pressure.
    • Social groups were composed largely of males, but some males remained solitary year-round and most females were asocial.
    • Here, she gets very close to describing the real problem we face today: not a problem of antisocial behaviour but rather the problem of living in an asocial society.
    • By suggesting an asocial relationship before the intervention of social roles, class, and structures, it threatens to upset the existing order.
    • Such radically asocial people easily behave in an anti-social way because they see nothing wrong with it.
    • This introverted and asocial woman would have a deep and long-lasting friendship with us.
    • Once upon a time, monsters were, for the most part, a warning against asocial behaviour.
    • This asocial conceptualization of competition and markets leads to the view of social relations as ‘impediments’ or ‘friction’ in the efficient functioning of markets.
    • This seems to mean that the exhibition is indifferent to abstraction, surrealism or art of an introverted, asocial or eccentric nature.
    • So really, I would argue that he's simply a very organized, asocial person.
    • Perhaps some people indeed think of it as a video game, which is why they may act out all sorts of asocial needs on the avatars walking across their screen.
    • This suggests that the asocial ideal of the autonomous individual is limited in the enjoyment of life it can produce.
    • Theology conducts its discussions of God within and between all these varied communities, and asocial theology is not an option.