Identity

The individual characteristics by which a person is recognised.
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Identity

The distinctive characteristics of a person`s character or the character of a group which relate to who they are and what is meaningful to them. Some of the main sources of identity include gender, sexual orientation, nationality or ethnicity, and social class. An important marker of an individual`s identity is his or her name, and naming is also i...
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identity

[n] - an operator that leaves unchanged the element on which it operates 2. [n] - the individual characteristics by which a thing or person is recognized or known 3. [n] - exact sameness 4. [n] - the distinct personality of an individual regarded as a persisting entity
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Identity

See social identity
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identity

A math property which states: A+0=A and A*1=A.
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identity

A math property which states: A+0=A and A*1=A.
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Identity

Our sense of who we are. Our sense of identity organizes our beliefs, capabilities, and behaviours into a single system.
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Identity

I·den'ti·ty noun ; plural Identities . [ French identité , Late Latin identitas , from Latin idem the same, from the root of is he, that; confer Sanskrit idam this. Confer Item .] 1. The state or quality of being identical, or the s...
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identity

1. The state or quality of being identical, or the same; sameness. 'Identity is a relation between our cognitions of a thing, not between things themselves.' (Sir W. Hamilton) ... 2. The condition of being the same with something described or asserted, or of possessing a character claimed; as, to establish the identity of stolen goods. ... 3. <m...
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identity

personal identity noun the distinct personality of an individual regarded as a persisting entity; `you can lose your identity when you join the army`
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identity

indistinguishability noun exact sameness; `they shared an identity of interests`
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identity

(i-den´tĭ-te) the group of characteristics by which individuals are recognized by themselves and others. gender identity a person's self-conception as being male and masculine or female and feminine, or ambivalent. It is usually based on physical characteristics, parental at...
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Identity

• (n.) The condition of being the same with something described or asserted, or of possessing a character claimed; as, to establish the identity of stolen goods. • (n.) An identical equation. • (n.) The state or quality of being identical, or the same; sameness.
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identity

(from the article `logic, philosophy of`) ...presupposed in an interpretation, or the domain of individuals. Its members are said to be quantified over in `(`)` or `($).` Furthermore, (3) the ... One further extension of LPC is usually made in modern logic. One special dyadic relation, represented by the equality sig...
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identity

(from the article `Eckhart, Meister`) 3. Identity: Eckhart`s numerous statements on identity between God and the soul can be easily misunderstood. He never has substantial identity in ...
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identity

A statement that two expressions are always equal, for any values of their variables.
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identity

identity, in philosophy, problem of distinguishing sameness from change, or unity from diversity; primarily examined in connection with personal identity, universals, and the law of identity in logic. In personal identity the concern has been to determine whether anything in the body or mind remains...
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Identity

(Lat. identicus, from identidem, repeatedly) In psychology: personal identity, or the continuous existence of the personality despite physiological and psychological changes. See Identity, law of -- J.K.F.
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identity

Type: Term Pronunciation: ī-den′ti-tē Definitions: 1. The summation of a person's internalized history of relationship with objects, his or her social role, and his or her perception of both; the experience of 'I'. See: ego
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Identity

see Corporate Identity, above
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Identity

[TV show] This category displays all of the major arterial roads in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. See also, :Category:Windsor Suburban Roads. ...
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Identity

[book] The History of the Exploration of Australia is an outline of exploration in Australia and it`s territories. This page is a subpage of WikiProject Australian history. Edit this section ==Tagging and Categorising Articles== Articles related to exploration in Australia should be tagged on the Talk page with {WP Australia|explore=yes} Ar...
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Identity

[game show] Identity is a reality/game show, hosted by Penn Jillette and produced by Reveille where contestants could win prize money of up to US$500,000 by matching 12 strangers one-by-one to phrases about their identities. ==Format== A contestant is introduced to twelve strangers. After seeing the strangers, the contestant is presented wi...
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Identity

[object-oriented programming] An identity in object-oriented programming, object-oriented design and object-oriented analysis describes the property of objects that distinguishes them from other objects. This is closely related to the philosophical concept of identity. == Identity and references == A reference can be used to refer to an obj...
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Identity

[music] In post-tonal music theory, identity is similar to identity in universal algebra. An identity function is a permutation or transformation which transforms a pitch or pitch class set into itself. For instance, inverting an augmented triad or C4 interval cycle, 048, produces itself, 084. Performing a retrograde operation upon the pitc...
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