Same; particular; very; identical.
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.
The mental representation of personal experience, including thought processes, a physical body, and a conscious experience of individuality. (p. 6) go to glossary index
Divine Consciousness residing in the individual, described as the witness of the mind or the pure I-awareness.
Hence, personal interest, or love of private interest; selfishness; as, self is his whole aim.
The concept of the self is relatively new within psychotherapy. It is largely due to the writing of Carl Jung who sought a word other than ‘soul' to describe the whole nature of an individual beyond the tripartite structure of Ego, Superego and Id proposed by Freud.
The central archetype of the psyche. This is the archetype that directs the individuation process.
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.
a solid-colored cat with no pattern or shading in the coat.
standards and falls are the same color
A cat with the same colour all over, also called "solid"
Self is a prototype-based dynamic object-oriented programming language, environment, and virtual machine centered around the principles of simplicity, uniformity, concreteness, and liveness.
The original object that received the message under processing.
Reserved variable which contains the object handle of the object in which it occurs. Used to enable objects to send messages to themselves. If you send a message to SELF from object A, object A is the receiver of the message; if you send a message to self from object C, object C is the receiver of the message. SELF always refers to the object currently executing, even if the method is one which is being inherited. For example, imagine two objects, A' and B', instances of classes A and B where B inherits from A. A implements instance method, "calculateValue". The "calculateValue" method sends the message "getObjectConstant" to self. If B' gets sent the "calculateValue" message, the method is inherited from class A. When "calculateValue" sends a message "getObjectConstant", the message actually gets sent to B'. If A' were to be sent the "calculateValue" message, then the send to SELF would send the message to A'. You can use SELF exactly like any data item of type Object Reference, so you can also pass it as a parameter to other methods.
Open to aspectual examination under transactional construction. Where substantively stressed as itself an object, self should not be permitted also an aura of transactional values, tacitly, and apart from express development. Note: In illustration: Mead's wide-ranging transactional inquiries are still taken by most of his followers in the sense of interesting comments on an object, namely the 'self,' in independence.
The fusion of male and female gametes from the same individual. See self-fertilization.
To fertilize eggs with sperms from the same individual.
A symbol-using individual who can reflect upon his/her own behavior.
To fertilize eggs with sperm from the same individual.
a fur color pattern where the hair colors are the same on each hair shaft all over the bunny. The pattern that may be modified by the c-series gene (such as in sable point). Black is an example of a self color.
self patterning is using matching or just a shade light or darker threads to make an ornament that is monotone. It is a very rich and understated look, found on many designer silk sarees.
The same colour fur all over.
The condition of having the same-colored fur over the entire head, legs, body, and tail. Not having ticking, agouti hair pattern, or shadings.
a person considered as a unique individual; "one's own self"
a person's make-up
The total, essential, or particular being of a person; the individual.