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self·ness

 (sĕlf′nĭs)
n.
1. The quality or state of being self-centered; selfishness.
2. Individuality; selfhood.

selfness

(ˈsɛlfnəs)
n
1. egotism or selfishness
2. (Psychology) personal identity or selfhood

self•hood

(ˈsɛlf hʊd)

n.
1. the state of being an individual person; individuality.
2. one's personality.
3. selfishness.
[1640–50]
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He narrated that there was a great imagination of implementation, ethics and spiritualism in Iqbal's poetry, saying that Allama Iqbal had ever wanted to see the human's development through the way of selfness and Khudi.
The restoration of self-consciousness as an independent substance goes through the identification of its self (sein selbst), its being with a difference which it receives from the other consciousness and within such a difference self-consciousness destroys itself as the consciousness of somebody else and finds its selfness in the ontological distinction from the other.
Thermal spa resorts not only offer special packages at this time for wellness and selfness, but some also provide the unique experience of being able to swim outside in hot thermal waters while snow falls on one's head.
The Charles Spa, the wellness area of the 5-star Superior hotel induces the innovative concept of 'Wellness for Myself' :The idea behind the concept is based on the term 'Selfness' and is a continuation of the idea of 'wellness,' explains Johanna Schneider, the Spa Manager at The Charles Spa.
The girls delivered this message with a skit based on women empowerment and the boys wrote a poem praising a woman's spirit and selfness nature.
Farhat Saleemi said that there was a great imagination of implementation, ethics and spiritualism in Iqbal's poetry, saying that Allama Iqbal had ever wanted to see the human's development through the way of selfness and Khudi.
While Capshaw analyzes the ways in which some periodicals used the war to strengthen minority cultures, Agnieszka Stasiewicz-Bienkowska sees shifting understandings of Otherness and Selfness in Swedish American children's magazines as a force that strengthened Swedish American children's "unhyphenated American identity" (102).
Extraordinary in connection to the IBE, where the receiver could unscramble the information if and just if his character is unequivocally the look alike as what controlled by the sender, this fuzzy IBE empower the interpreting if there are selfness spreads outperforming a pre-set farthest point surrounded by one showed by sender and the one has a place with beneficiary.
Particular molecular states and patterns, which are subjected to continuous resettings, constitute the system's selfness. As the self continuously changes, it cannot be precisely defined, nor does the immune system have the ability to specifically identify it--it can only sense a change and reset against it.
He narrated that there was a great imagination of implementation, ethics and spiritualism in Iqbal's poetry, adding that Allama Iqbal had ever wanted to see the human's development through the way of selfness and Khudi.
These stories will inspire you to follow the saints' examples as you discover how they: Lived fascinating lives that make legends seem dull by comparison; Practiced heroic selfness, detachment, self-denial, and generosity; Displayed startling energy and stamina in fulfilling their missions; Transformed society through ways of thinking far ahead of their time; Left their imprint on the world's geography, languages, and cultures.
The interaction between selfness and otherness, as often seen in gothic fiction, never ceases to be a heated topic as a negation of the centrality and selfhood.