Definition of Self-realisation
1. Noun. The fulfillment of your capacities.
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Literary usage of Self-realisation
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Introductory Study of Ethics by Warner Fite (1903)
"CHAPTER XI self-realisation: THE ETHICS OF PURPOSE AT the beginning of our ... THE PROBLEM OF SELF An analysis of self-realisation should begin with a ..."
2. A Study of Ethical Principles by James Seth (1905)
"In other words, we are led to consider the meaning of self-realisation. As the watchword of Hedonism may be said to be self- pleasing or self-gratification, ..."
3. The Teacher's Handbook of Psychology by James Sully (1910)
"Self-feeling and self-realisation: Love of Activity and Power. The self displays itself under different aspects, eg, as heing strong or intelligent, ..."
4. Idola Theatri: A Criticism of Oxford Thought and Thinkers from the by Henry Cecil Sturt (1906)
"This is so obvious that Mr. Bradley adopts for his ethical formula, not Absolute-realisation, but self-realisation. To it he gives a meaning that is ..."