.Luke 18:9 – [ The Pharisee and the Publican ] And He also told this parable to some people who trusted in themselves that they were righteous, and viewed others with contempt:.
We know from here, here, and here that the Pharisees were narcissists* with insolent pride. In the above verse we see that one characteristic of their narcissism was to view others with contempt.
con·temptNoun –The feeling with which a person regards anything considered mean, vile or worthless; disdain; scornSynonyms –Contempt, disdain, scorn — implies that [narcissists* have] strong feelings of disapproval and aversion toward what seems base, mean, or worthless. Contempt is disapproval tinged with disgust; ie – to feel contempt for a weakling. Disdain is a feeling that a person or thing is beneath one’s [a narcissist’s*] dignity and unworthy of one’s notice, respect or concern.
* Narcissist is the modern colloquial term for what the Bible calls “insolent pride” please see here for an explanation