- the identity of a thing with itself
- awareness of one's individual identity
Harrison has a strong self identity because his group of friends encourage each other to be their best.
An example of self-identity is the feeling of a teenager that she can be who she is instead of falling into the pressures of drugs and alcohol.
- Oneness of a thing with itself.
- Awareness of and identification with oneself as a separate individual.
- During toddlerhood, children still have not developed a clear understanding of self-esteem or self-identity.
- And lastly, Herbart's logic conforms to the exigencies of his system as a whole and the principle of the bare or absolute self-identity of the ultimate " reals " in particular.