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One will want to respond, however, that it is also single persons who are themselves and no other, and that their individuality cannot fail to play into the hands of that individualism that undermines community.
The V7 ensures you can show off your individuality thanks to its 83.
A Political Companion to Ralph Waldo Emerson makes a highly cohesive argument: Emersonian Transcendentalism represents a democratic political ethic grounded in an idealism that expects each person both to pursue individuality and to recognize the spiritual equality of all human beings.
The former leg-spinner also said that people needed to remember that cricket is a team sport played by individuals and added that embracing that individuality is what makes a great team.
It is perfectly possible to work with other parties to achieve common aims without selling out one's own principles and individuality.
2 -- 4) Lessons about the environment and the importance of individuality are imparted gently in the new film ``Happy Feet.
Realizing that especially with family, you have to fight for your individuality constantly.
Cowboys Cowgirls Cowchips delves deep into the mentality, personality, and individuality of the cowboy roaming the modern ranch, and for its unique and accurate telling of the societal misconception of the cowboy today, is very highly recommended reading, especially for anyone interested in contemporary Texas ranch life.
In the best jazz, the soloist must work within a music ensemble and yet assert his individuality apart from others.
The three persons of the Trinity were "not absorbed into the life of the others to the point where all individuality is lost," but they are one "by virtue of the fact that they share a common will and a common purpose; they are one in the common exchange of love," he said.
With his latest effort, he continues confronting the illogical and sometimes ethically ambivalent assumptions that impede our ability to attain individuality within a larger community.