individuation definition

  • noun:
    • The act or procedure for individuating, especially the process in which personal people come to be classified one from other.
    • the healthiness of becoming individuated; individuality.
    • Philosophy The development of the person from general or universal.
    • Philosophy The difference or dedication associated with individual in the general or universal.
    • In Jungian psychology, the progressive integration and unification associated with self through the resolution of successive levels of mental dispute.
    • Embryology development of distinct body organs or structures through the communication of adjacent tissues.
    • The process of individuating or individualizing.
    • The difference of individual through the basic or universal.
    • The differentiation of areas.
    • The work of individuating or state of being individuated; individualization.
    • In metaphysics, the dedication or contraction of an over-all nature to a person mode of existence; the development of the in-patient from the basic.
    • Separate or specific existence or self-reliance; that by which such individuality is developed and preserved.
    • In biology: an over-all term summarizing the circumstances the upkeep and perpetuation of an individual organism, when these circumstances are considered collectively plus in comparison with people who conduce towards generation of the latest beings.
    • A unifying principle or a cause of individuality.
    • The unification of two distinct kinds of organisms into someone entire, such as the lichen-thallus.
    • discriminating the patient through the generic team or species
    • the caliber of being individual

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