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    a question that can be deeply contemplated. The reached conclusion is generally a combination of the person’s experiences, thoughts, feelings, and goals. Even though this may seem like a simple answer to this inquiry the solution to a person’s individuality is much more complicated. When asked to attempt to explain who I am on a piece of paper it required some inward thought. In order to best describe myself, I will attempt to highlight some important experiences, my thoughts and feelings throughout

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    include having a good attitude, keeping a stable frame of mind, avoidance, and maintaining individuality. Groups of individuals have used these different approaches with varying degrees of success. One of the best ways to respond to conflict is maintaining individuality, or maintaining individuality as a group of people that share a common culture or beliefs. As shown in many different sources, maintaining individuality as an individual or a group can greatly affect the outcome of a situation. A great example

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    love their life. In society today, there are many things that try to take away society individuality. For example, in Anthem, a novel by Ayn Rand, and in North Korea there is not much individuality. Individuality has a purpose because if society does not have individuality people are not special, and the world would be dull and boring. Individuality is very important to society because if people had no individuality then the world would not be as much of a happy place for people in different places

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    Individuality can not be defined in one definition there are numerous things that make up this word.Being individual is what makes you stand out from the rest of society .You're born with the idea of being your own person. You may rely on your parents at first but as you get older you develop a form of self-reliance. Beliefs, empathy, emotions, backgrounds, and many more things. Empathy plays a huge role in individuality. “Our strongly developed sense of individuality - or being a personal self

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    Expressing Individuality

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    Individuals and individuals from minority groups should be free to express their individuality by the way they dress, ink up and bedazzled their bodies without being judged or discriminated against. Individual(s) should be able to build their character that will promote them to grow. Some of the core values of virtues that are essential to flourish in life are wisdom, courage, humanity, justice, temperance, and transcendence(Hall, M. L., Langer, R., & McMartin, J. (2010).Therefore, individual(s)

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    the protagonist Edna Pontellier, exhibits the aspects of a feminist during the Victorian Era by disobeying the responsibilities of a wife and mother, making her actions socially unacceptable. Similar to many feminists, Edna Pontellier chooses individuality over conformity by

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    The theme conveyed through the Giver is that individuality should be valued. The story takes place in a utopian society where everything is the same. There are no choices, no color, and no love in the Community of Sameness. The novel starts out a month before the Ceremony of Twelve, where the 12 year olds each get assigned a job. Jonas gets the assignment of the Receiver of Memory, and he soon finds out that lying is permitted, and receives several memories of the past without sameness, with pain

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    In a society where people of all ages are obsessing over and imitating the rich and famous, the desire to be an individual is neglected. In Halsey’s song “Gasoline,” she comments on the way in which people mimic those around them and deny their uniqueness. Throughout the song, Halsey describes society as a machine. She claims that through her own experiences, she has gained insight into the depressing world of being in the limelight. As a celebrity, she is continually pressured to cover up her differences

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    persons has captured the attention of thinkers from John Locke and Carolyn Sherif, to Josiah Warren. Jane Austen explores the theme of individuality in her novel, Persuasion. By using theory of mind and free indirect discourse, Austen proposes an argument against the dhavni of the time period in which she wrote, England’s Georgian era. Austen suggests individuality and one’s own desires should be valued above those of the surrounding society. Anne Elliot, the main character in Persuasion, is one

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    Marriage and Individuality

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    God created marriage as a union between man and woman. A woman, while still having a mind of her own and control over her own life, is under the authority of her husband. This frightens some women, who fear oppression at the hands of their husbands. While it is true that some men abuse the system that God set up for man and woman, not all men act as such. The Bible states monogamy is what God laid down as a foundational law of marriage, […the Creator ‘made them male and female...] ‘For this reason

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