Origin of individualist
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Thus the individualist stage of religion succeeds the national.
But the individualist stage is also, in part at least, the universal stage.
But the individualist insists that there are definite limits to its truth.The Task of Social Hygiene</p>
The spirit of what he says is, in fact, not individualist but social.Diderot and the Encyclopdists
Bentham, then, objects to the Jacobin theory as too absolute and too 'individualist.'The English Utilitarians, Volume I.
- a person who shows independence and individuality in his behaviour, opinions, or actions
- an advocate of individualism
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Word Origin and History for individualist
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