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 spirit of what he says is, in fact, not individualist but social.

Bentham, then, objects to the Jacobin theory as too absolute and too 'individualist.'

Such are the signs which appear even now in our individualist societies.

How curious an admission for an individualist, for an artist!

Society, says the individualist, is made up of all its members.

She was always an individualist and ready to fight for her own rights and anyone else's.

It is just, says the individualist, for a man to be able to do what he likes with his own.

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