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individuation

[‚in·di‚vij·ə′wā·shən]
(embryology)
The process whereby, through induction, a spatially organized tissue, organ, or embryo develops.
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Only in this way will children be able to constructively individuate from the family, explore their own identity options, and maintain a more constructive relationship with the parents at the same time.
But, only the group that learned to individuate Ziggerins later processed novel Ziggerins holistically, like faces.
To individuate between gods or other transcendent realities, we would have to know more about those realities.
Adolescents are faced with the need to individuate, or separate, from the family of origin in order to establish the mature identity and capacity for intimacy necessary to assume adult roles and responsibilities (Allison & Sabatelli, 1988).
The women in this title story are, I believe, four different women--as the women in every story in the collection are different--but Hempel has chosen not to individuate them; identifying details are dispensed with almost entirely.
Over the last quarter of the twentieth century, an orthodoxy of sorts had gelled in the philosophy of mind around a kind of psychological externalism, the idea that some mental states individuate sensitively to extra-cranial factors.
Ultimately, Kim's demand for narrowly local super-venience and causation rests on vision of the unity of the sciences that never happened and begs the question against the right of the life sciences to individuate things of scientific interest to them.
AO: Yes, but it would be difficult to find examples of artists who avoid developing some recognizable identifying sign, a "handwriting," to mark them off and individuate them for the sake of the institutions and the market.
2-Conduct studies and propuoslas to tmves of individuates consultorlas or companies.
I don't know if any DNA was discovered at the crime scene that individuates him,'' Mr.

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