self

  1. your consciousness of your own identity
  2. a person considered as a unique individual

Self

To induce pollination with pollen from the same plant.

Self

[Programming language] To use the update on any article, insert: {1997–98 NBA East standings} To highlight the Chicago Bulls, insert: {1997–98 NBA East standings|team=CHI} For the other teams, use: ...
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Self

[car] My own photo of Villa Giulia - Court by Vasari - Vignola ...
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Self

[Jung] My own picture of Semicircular Portico at the rear of the Casino - Vignola - Villa Giulia ...
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self

[adj] - used as a combining form 2. [adj] - combining form 3. [n] - a person considered as a unique individual 4. [n] - your consciousness of your own identity
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Self

George Herbert Mead's term for the human capacity to be reflexive and take the role of others
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Self

Self (sĕlf) adjective [ Anglo-Saxon self , seolf , sylf ; akin to Old Saxon self , OFries. self , Dutch zelf , German selb , selber , selbst , Danish selv . Swedish sjelf , Icelandic sjālfr , Goth. ...
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Self

Self noun ; plural Selves 1. The individual as the object of his own reflective consciousness; the man viewed by his own cognition as the subject of all his mental phenomena, the agent in his own activities, the subject of his own feelings, and the possessor of capacities and chara...
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Self

Self adjective Having its own or a single nature or character, as in color, composition, etc., without addition or change; unmixed; as, a self bow, one made from a single piece of wood; self flower or plant, one which is wholly of one color; self -colored.
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self

1. The individual as the object of his own reflective consciousness; the man viewed by his own cognition as the subject of all his mental phenomena, the agent in his own activities, the subject of his own feelings, and the possessor of capacities and character; a person as a distinct individual; a being regarded as having personality. 'Those who li...
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self

adjective (used as a combining form) relating to--of or by or to or from or for--the self; `self-knowledge`; `self-proclaimed`; `self-induced`
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self

(self) the complete being of an individual, comprising both physical and psychological characteristics, and including both conscious and unconscious components. The concept of self is central to the personality theory of Carl G. Jung. a term used to denote an animal's own antigenic constituents, in contras...
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Self

• (a.) Having its own or a single nature or character, as in color, composition, etc., without addition or change; unmixed; as, a self bow, one made from a single piece of wood; self flower or plant, one which is wholly of one color; self-colored. • (n.) The individual as the object of his own reflective consciousness; the man viewed by h...
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self

the `I` as experienced by an individual. In modern psychology the notion of the self has replaced earlier conceptions of the soul.[20 related articles]
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Self

[magazine] Self magazine is an American magazine for women that specializes in health, fitness, nutrition, beauty and happiness. Published by Condé Nast 12 times a year, it has a circulation of 1,528,583 and a total audience of 5,904,000 readers, according to its corporate media kit. The editor-in-chief is Lucy Danziger. The vice president...
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Self

A symbol-using individual who can reflect upon his/her own behavior.
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Self

1. Ego, subject, I, me, as opposed to the object or to the totality of objects; may be distinguished from 'not-me,' as in W. James' statement (Principles of Psychology, I, 289) 'One great splitting of the whole universe into two halves is made by each of us, and for each of us almost all of the interest attaches to one of the halves; but we all dr....
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self

Type: Term Definitions: 1. autophobia.
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self

Type: Term Pronunciation: self Definitions: 1. A sum of the attitudes, feelings, memories, traits, and behavioral predispositions that make up the personality. 2. The individual person as represented in his or her own awareness and in his or her environment. 3. A generalized, everyday term for ego or persona. 4. In immunology, an individual's autol...
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[company] Self was a series of three cyclecars built by the brothers Per and Hugo Wiertz in Svedala in 1916, 1919 and 1922. The first car had a single-cylinder engine, the second a four-cylinder Phänomen and the third a Harley-Davidson V-twin engine. The cars were basically experimental cars and were probably scrapped quite soon. However t...
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Self

[programming language] Self is an object-oriented programming language based on the concept of prototypes. Self was a dialect of Smalltalk, being dynamically typed and using just-in-time compilation (JIT) as well as the prototype-based approach to objects: it was first used as an experimental test system for language design in the 1980s and...
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Self

The self is the subject of one`s own experience of phenomena: perception, emotions, thoughts. In phenomenology, it is conceived as what experiences, and there isn`t any experiencing without an experiencer, the self. The self is therefore an `immediate given`, an intrinsic dimension of the fact of experiencing phenomena. In some other trends of...
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Self

Cat that is of one solid color from the base to the tip of the hair shaft.
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SELF

Simplified Short Approach Lighting System With Sequenced Flashing Lights
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