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I refer to the individual not as an atomistic, isolated, and undifferentiated part of a whole, but as a distinct organism that must serve particular functions and fulfill a unique set of relationships in the worlds of which he or she is a part. The ‘individual’ is thus a unique participant in a larger whole--both integral to the processes that define the whole as well as to the change and transformation that stems from itself and its environment.
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