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Definition of the noun actualisation
What does actualisation mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: actualisations
- making real or giving the appearance of reality
- lexical domain: Acts - nouns denoting acts or actions
- alternative spelling: actualization
- synonyms of actualisation: realisation / realization
- more generic term: creating by mental acts = the act of creating something by thinking
- more specific word: objectification = the act of representing an abstraction as a physical thing
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by Norman Claringbull
Actualisation is a directional (onwards and upwards) process that is everpresent. It can only be suppressed and...
Put another way, in its psychological form, actualisation is an essential function of the emerging self.
Time and Ethics (2013)
Essays at the Intersection by H. L. Dyke
Actualisation is a defective model for starting to exist. Hare supposes that we were once potential persons, who, thanks to the careful attention of our parents, were actualised. But that is a mistake. It was never the case that we were occupants ...
The methods of ethics (1901)
by Henry Sidgwick
The content of God's Will we conceive as presently existing, in idea : its actualisation is the end to be aimed at. There is indeed a difficulty in understanding how God's Will can fail to be realised, whether we do right or wrong : or how, if it cannot ...
by Michel Bitbol
Physical actualisation is an irreversible process, by which one of the possible points of view is selected and given a distinctive status, so that any further description of possible points of view is dramatically affected by it. “Identification” has no ...
by Melanie Jasper, Megan Rosser, Gail Mooney
Thus as it is likely that each of us will have such moments then arguably self- actualisation is a need that will be met on multiple occasions during our lifespan and along with the other needs within the hierarchy will contribute to our well- being ...
by Adrian Parr
Such actualisation is the process of recollection in which the virtual differentiates itself by becoming something new – a recalled memory image relevant to some action or circumstance–and thus assuming psychological significance. Deleuze's ...
Christian Mysticism (1899)
Considered in Eight Lectures Delivered Before the University of Oxford by William Ralph Inge
This actualisation is a self-limitation of God,2 but involves no degradation. Victorinus uses language implying the subordination of the Son, but is strongly opposed to Arianism.
Love and Its Disappointment (2009)
The Meaning of Life, Therapy and Art by David Brazier
actualisation is that condition in which one loves others. This stretches the concept, perhaps beyond breaking point, but perhaps not quite. The use of the terminology “self‐”actualisation suggests that this is not an other‐oriented state.
by Michael Byram, Adelheid Hu
actualisation. of. knowledge. Knowledge of language, as of anything else, is abstract in that it is a cognitive abstraction from perceived experience. We acquire it by generalising from particular samples of behaviour, and these have to be ...
by David Morris
Self-actualisation occurs when a person chooses what they want to become and progresses to this goal rather than regresses from it. A peak experience occurs when people go through periods of self- actualisation.
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Scrabble value of A1C3T1U1A1L1I1S1A1T1I1O1N1
The value of this 13-letter word is 15 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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