- From Latin indīviduum, noun use of neuter singular of indīviduus ("indivisible"). (Wiktionary)
“Nay, then the sense shall be no other than this, _quo ad individuum, etiam quo ad individuum_.”
“Europe -- the individuum is the ultimate aim of education.”
“Whereas in Shakspeare, the play is 'syngenesia;' each character has, indeed, a life of its own, and is an 'individuum' of itself, but yet an organ of the whole, as the heart in the human body.”
“I can see the team at individuum doing something similar...one day!”
“Szyller, Slawomir (ed.): 1987, “Johannis Buridani, Tractatus de differentia universalis ad individuum,” Przeglad Tomistyczny 3, 137-178.”
“It is, however, my hope that the individuum will remain the center because the creative act remains very personal despite the increasing need for collaborative efforts.”
“Well, if one striking individuum is the aim of history, history should close with the death of Adam.”
“A human individuum is of limitless worth, said the German interpreters of the”
“Art, in all its branches, presented itself as the sole expression of one individuum, i.e., of the artist.”
“It would seem that Babai means that "a man" (individuum vagum) is the hypostasis, but not the person, until we add the individual characteristics by which he is known to be Peter or Paul.”
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