Meaning of individuation in English:

individuation

Pronunciation /ɪndɪvɪdʒʊˈeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

See individuate

‘Jung defines individuation as the lifelong process towards ‘the integration of the self’.’
  • ‘The hypotheses proposed were derived from a combination of literature on parenting, identity formation, and individuation in the family context.’
  • ‘Increased behavioral autonomy facilitates secondary processes such as role exploration, identity formation, and individuation.’
  • ‘The condition is also called the beginning individuation, a process of self-actualization that continues on to death.’
  • ‘We end up where we are today: pluralism without purpose, individuation but no community.’