Examples of selfhood in a Sentence
he spent a year in a monastery determining the core of his selfhood
Recent Examples of selfhood from the Web
Báez, born in the Dominican Republic in 1981, is known for large-scale, intricate work that explores her interest in anthropology, diasporic identity, and how women of color navigate selfhood.
There are many ways to reach the truth of non-selfhood.
Owing to that cosmic error, a gate to the underworld left ajar, Ada’s personhood is at best an elaborate compromise, her selfhood an unpersuasive myth, her gendering a cruel and clumsy mistake.
Which presents a problem in our new hair-confident culture: People like me, for whom silky strands are inextricably intertwined with selfhood, have been inadvertently shamed for our adherence to the blowout.
Oprah Winfrey and Storm Reid Photo: Walt Disney Studios The core concern, though, is Meg’s gradual discovery of her selfhood—of her beautiful and singular self.
Identity politics needn't be rigidly brought into the story, but sexuality and selfhood seem to have only a passing acquaintance here.
Smith’s great fascination with selfhood rests in its contingency.
The Buddhist notion of anatta, or non-selfhood, is biologically true.
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SELFHOOD Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of selfhood for English Language Learners
: the quality that makes a person or thing different from others
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