- n. Plural form of individuality.
“Individual effort, as well as independence of thought and action, is everywhere frowned upon; but without freedom of thought and action there can be no great individualities, which is the same as saying that there can be no poets like Longfellow, or writers like Hawthorne and Emerson.”
“Campanella — ignored that reproductive competition among individualities which is the substance of life, and dealt essentially with its incidentals.”
“Campanella -- ignored that reproductive competition among individualities which is the substance of life, and dealt essentially with its incidentals.”
“Through facilitating and presenting on topics that include on what type of leader are you, how to facilitate a group, and even growing up queer members of the community learned how to communicate with peers, parents, and state leaders on how to improve resources and support for rights of individualities.”
“This question becomes easy to answer if we know what value our society place on the life of her citizens as this would to a great extent influence how we perceive our individualities.”
“He likely would have been more intrigued by the specific claim, advanced by inventor Ray Kurzweil and other advocates of "technological singularity," that soon our individualities will be able to live eternally through digital electronics.”
“A union that embraces our differences and revels in all of our individualities.”
“The day is likely coming when we begin to embed our respective individualities into one seamless hive-mind with the help of some kind of implantable "augmented reality" gizmo.”
“We are perfected individualities, and ever since Hengist and Horsa55 it has been making imperfect ones.”
“Instead of viewing the person's behavior dualistically as a threat, we focus on awareness of individualities.”
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