Individuation meaning

ĭndə-vĭjo͝o-āshən
The act or process of individuating, especially the process by which social individuals become differentiated one from the other.
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The condition of being individuated; individuality.
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In Jungian psychology, the gradual integration and unification of the self through the resolution of successive layers of psychological conflict.
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Formation of distinct organs or structures through the interaction of adjacent tissues.
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The act or process of individuating, especially the process by which social individuals become differentiated one from the other.
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The condition of being individuated; individuality.
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In Jungian psychology, the gradual integration and unification of the self through the resolution of successive layers of psychological conflict.
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Formation of distinct organs or structures through the interaction of adjacent tissues.
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The process of individuating or individualizing.
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(philosophy) The distinction of the individual from the general or universal.
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(biology) The differentiation of tissues.
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