individuation


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Synonyms for individuation

discriminating the individual from the generic group or species

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Several recent commentators have proposed that Spinoza maintains something of the Aristotelian conception of causation where the formal essences of individuals guide the process of individuation toward certain desirable outcomes.
I would say that whereas in Simondon's ontogenetic model transindivuality concerns the individuation of all living beings, condividuality lays the emphasis on the composition of that which is singular and divisible.
As a means towards the end, the individuation process is a natural one and not extrinsic to the inner process of becoming.
As we have seen in relation to On connait la chanson, for him, the heart of the question is the way in which the industrialisation of culture threatens individuation (or 'creativity' in Lessig's terms) not simply in legal terms.
The Individuation Process and Counselor Reflective Practice
In addition, the relation between separation individuation and anxiety was examined since an association was found between attachment styles and anxiety (Dilmac, Hamarta, & Arslan, 2009) and attachment styles and the separation individuation process (Bartholomew & Horowitz, 1991), but the relation between separation individuation and anxiety has not been researched.
It is the sixth chapter, which is the strongest, entitled, 'Person and GodImage' where Jung and Berdyaev look forward to the third age of the Spirit, which will be the new dawn after the 'death of God' The spiritual ethics of individuation, and the complementary perspectives on the actual phenomenology of lived experience are then studied.
Both are aspects of life itself and a congruent development toward a more conscious whole, the individuation, means not to suppress and injure one component, but harmonizing conscious and unconscious contents (Jung, 1959).
Part III explores the interaction of attention with cognitive processes, including an evolutionary perspective, reward attention, item individuation, selective attention and cognitive load, and N400 differences in Parkinson's disease.
1308), in his unique theory of the principle of individuation popularly known as haecceitas, offers us an often-overlooked resource for theological anthropology.
The Greek myths of Phaeton and Icarus are examined to illuminate the contrast between the Classical Greek and biblical views of rebelliousness and individuation as it relates to assuaging death anxiety.
Individuation in the metaphysical sense is a determination relation between entities.
the process of individuation into the phenomena of chemical change" (482) and emphasizes "the distinct leanings of alchemy (and of the unconscious) towards quaternity" (26).
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