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from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Evolution of one's self; development by inherent quality or power.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Development by inherent power or quality.


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  • The reason why our understanding of God is morphing is not because we've cracked some hidden code, but because God is naturally committed to self-evolution and we're just beginning to understand it.

    George Elerick: The 'Plastic' Nature Of God

  • Because it also means we as humans who are learning from and about the Divine are challenged to follow after this beautiful and mysterious God who invites us to be a people who are just as committed to self-evolution too.

    George Elerick: The 'Plastic' Nature Of God

  • I think there's a lot of personal development to be gained from owning one's own sexuality, and a lot of potential for damage from the misuse of sexuality; unfortunately that misuse is dangerously pervasive through our society, but it's no secret that one of the most important hurdles in my own self-evolution was around the reclamation of my own sexuality after bad experience.

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  • Because she is game, Lisa has explored practically every exercise regime, diet plan, and spiritual path to self-evolution known to man.


  • It's interesting to grapple with these concepts of identity and self-evolution in a country that is so proud of its culture and history, and also so obsessed with self-definition.

    Jessica Roy: An American in Paris

  • This action of the forces of Supernature would be a natural, normal and spontaneously simple working of the new higher or greater consciousness into which the being enters in the course of his self-evolution...

    Nothing irrational or incredible; nothing abnormal or miraculous

  • Since I lean towards an absolute idealism metaphysically, human self-evolution strikes me as an excellent analogy.

    Alpha Centauri U., BioEvolution 7314

  • The details are even more interesting as they show how neutrality itself is a selectable trait and how self-evolution requires neutrality Toussaint.

    Intelligent Design explained: Part 2 random search - The Panda's Thumb

  • Inertia, as an expression of a constitutional ignorance, is perhaps a thing that can well comprise the tendencies of a mass in self-ignorance, and therefore can establish other atavistic habits compressed in a human frame, the habits which it only carries and cherishes in the night of the soul in self-evolution.

    The Transformation Of Physical Inertia

  • Meanwhile the ever-heightening intelligence followed more and more different interests: above all, its self-evolution.



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