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Definition of Individualization

  • The act of individualizing; the state of being individualized; individuation.
  • discriminating the individual from the generic group or species

How to use individualization in a sentence. Individualization pronunciation.

In this absence of individualization we have a trait, not of Myron alone, but of Greek sculpture generally in its rise and in the earlier stages of its perfection (cf. page 126).
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To each individual being there is ascribed a vital principle, the _Archeus_, an individualization of the general force of nature, _Vulcanus_; so also to men.
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Whether digitalis should be used when there is considered to be much myocardial degeneration is a question for individualization.
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Whether a small cup of coffee or a cup of tea is allowed at noon is again a matter for individualization; they should rarely be allowed after the noon meal.
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Thus the course of absolute Thought, beginning with God, must be first towards a complete differentiation into ultimate individualization; and lastly a complete integration again of individuals into an infinite whole.
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Complete knowledge, then, consists in the highest possible generalization, and the expansion of this term into a series, ending only with the last possible individualization.
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We have the right to interpolate these missing terms, for we must assume that the thoughts of God communicated to us in material forms constitute a continuous revelation, beginning with Himself, the final generalization, and ending with man the highest individualization.
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Here, then, is evolution, or development: primarily an evolution of the generic into the individual, the continued differentiation of a generic idea through successive individualizations, each adding to the previous group of attributes, thus rendering the idea increasingly complex; and, secondly, an apparent physical evolution or development, interpreting this logical process by a series of physical forms so related as to reveal the relation existing between the thoughts thus interpreted.
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Spirit in this stage, as the internal presupposition of the two previously named, takes up into itself on one hand the phase of nationality, since this is the form of its immediate individualization; but it no longer distinguishes between nations as if they were abstractly severed the one from the other, as the Greeks shut out all other nations under the name of barbarians.
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For man is yet imperfectly evolved; and human society has much to gain from his further individualization.
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The individualization of conscience, with the consequent clash of ideals, gives the study of morality much of its interest and difficulty; it will be worthwhile to note some of its causes.
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Individualization means disorganization; and whatever communities developed free thought and divergent ideas were at a disadvantage when it came to action.
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Examples of Individualization

Example #1
Another work of Myron has been plausibly recognized in a statue of a satyr in the Lateran Museum (Fig. 106).
Example #2
All that is meant is that the Discobolus belongs somewhere near the latter end of the scale.
Example #3
Philosophy_, 1811; _Organon of Human Knowledge_, 1830, in three parts, System of the World, of Knowledge, and of Language.
Example #4
Disease is a checking of this vital principle by contrary powers, which are partly of a terrestrial and partly of a sidereal nature; and the choice of medicines is to be determined by their ability to support the Archeus against its enemies.
Example #5
One can never be sure that the heart muscle is so thoroughly degenerated that no part of it would be benefited by digitalis when compensation is lost; therefore, many times, especially if other drugs have failed, small doses of digitalis should be tried, to see if the heart will respond.
Example #6
Digitalis should not be used when there is fatty degeneration of the heart; it should ordinarily not be used when there is arteriosclerosis, and very rarely, if ever, when it is decided that there is coronary disease.