particularness


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particularness

(pəˈtɪkjʊlərnəs)
n
1. the quality of being exceptional or individual
2. the quality of being exacting or precise
References in classic literature ?
You're getting to be your aunt's own niece, I see, for particularness."
It is up to us to rediscover (and in many ways reinvent) the particularness of the world and humanity's relationships to it: to help give everyone in society a physical sense of place, to find a locus for every individual in relation to the world.
Strau[Beta]'s ideal is to see men and things in their "particularness" (Vereinzelung), just as "the Eternal One" with the "oeil de dieu" recognizes every human being in his or her "divine particularity." The last part of the collection, titled "Dem Gott der Nichtigkeiten," is therefore devoted to specific episodes, to minute observations and descriptions.