identicalness


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From it derives the existence of everything as beings, what they have in common and what differentiates them, their identicalness and differences, their similarities and dissimilarities, their sharing of opposites.
The difference of Camus's discourse appears, first, in his speech, which is indifferent, as if unconcerned, and second, in the emphasis on the identicalness and homogeneousness of all events.
122) In addition to their acquired sense of identicalness with their mothers, the girls of Morrison's fiction are introduced to the concept of maternity by more active ideological agents and apparatuses.
The phrase has entered everyday English to denote a somewhat unthinking identicalness between two persons, actions, or concepts.
However, natural genetic twins, unlike clones, are not produced with the intention of achieving genetic identicalness.