In mathematics, a binary relationR on a set X is reflexive if a is R-related to itself for any a ∈ X. For example, "greater than or equal to" is a reflexive relation but "greater than" is not. All equivalence relations and partial orders are reflexive.
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... a condition of zealous emulation.
See also crime of passion, delusional jealousy.
The jealousy of God, as in Exodus xx. 5, "For I, the Lord thy God, am a jealous ...