individuation individuation


  1. (n) discriminating the individual from the generic group or species
  2. (n) the quality of being individual


  1. The other 50% comes from a playwright's individuation of his characters so that they surprise, confound, delight and involve the audience.
  2. Il Purgatorio, the most complex and psychological of the canticles, is an allegory of a process the church calls conversion and the psychoanalysts individuation.
  3. The twins suffered from an error of nature, a mistake in individuation.


  • “The Individuation of God”; The Asheville Jung Center reviews this must own book written by Peter Todd

    During the twentieth century, under the banner of process theology, various explorations of God’s attribute of being mutable were undertaken. The Individuation of God is at once a psychologically well-informed work and another contribution to process theology as the Asheville Jung Center unearths mysticism, analytical psychology, and the quantum mechanical model as they are discussed in Peter ...
    on July 23, 2013     Source: PRWeb

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