seity

Related to seity: deity

seity

(ˈsiːɪtɪ)
n
(Psychology) rare selfhood, personal identity, or something unique to oneself
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7632 SEITY LIGHT 8203 SELF ELECTRONICS USA 1912 CORPORATION SENSITY SYSTEMS INC.
25) When Corrie gazes at broken glass and uprooted trees, and is compelled to reflect 'I think about you and how long it takes to make things grow and what a labour of love it is', her thinking of things, in one regard secures the existent seity of things insofar as reflection serves as proof of being: it tells us that we have being, that we are in the world.
To want to've been otherwise, what not be what, operatic itch and ip- seity, soon-to've-been-gone's dread nuff.
As such it is also the key image of its imaginary matrix, its seity, purposefulness, archetypally determined intentionality, and existential project.
The issue I'm discussing is not that of per seity as it is defined in the Aristotelian tradition.
Objective reality for self: Concreteness and animation in the Seity user interface.
2012) run by the Met Office, and the French Applications de la Recherche a l'Operationnel a Meso-Echelle (AROME; Seity et al.
It is precisely because of this aspect of human embodied seity (10) that the first initiation ceremony, featuring the critical nose-piercing act, is also characterised as the action which raptures the novices' souls.