self-recognition

self-recognition

the ability of the body's immune system to recognize self-identifying antigens on the body's own cells.

self-recognition

see self.
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This constant hammering of Reality has the effect of spontaneous Self-recognition that awakens aspirants from the illusory dream that we call life.
Money and fame come along with this self-recognition, they are only a by-product.
CHUNGCHEONGBUK-DO, South Korea, May 5, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Within some circles in the scientific community, debate rages about whether computers will achieve technological singularity (TS) or strong artificial intelligence (AI)--in other words, self-recognition or human consciousness within a computer--within the next few decades.
There is also a greater degree of self-recognition.
In the years since the American release The Long Day Closes in 1993, no other movie dealing with gayness has come close to that moment of self-recognition.
Qatar Steel s initiative to sponsor and support the expo emerged from the role played by QSRPSN to rehabilitate special needs students, to help them mingle with the community, assist in their encourage and self-recognition them to develop their artistic potential and talent.
Qatar Steel's initiative to support and sponsor the expo emerged from the vital role played by QSRPSN to rehabilitate special needs students, to help them mingle with the community, assist in their self-recognition and encourage them to further develop their artistic talent and potential.
Dolphins, who are highly social animals capable of tool-use and self-recognition in the mirror, use signature whistles to refer to individuals within a pod and echolocation clicks as sonar, bouncing sounds off their environment as a hunting aid.
Allama Iqbal also promoted self-respect and self-recognition among the
Apart from anything else, they and all other non-white peoples of the world had been deeply wounded together for their race and colour, and thus psychologically must best fight back together to regain their self-recognition and respect.
He just reflects the self-recognition process of God's spirit.
Writing for general readers, Boysen, who has spent many years working with chimpanzees in the area of cognition and has a PhD in physiological/comparative psychology, describes various species of animals considered to be smart and their skills and talents in using tools, communication, imitation and social learning, mirror self-recognition, numerical abilities, language, and cooperation and altruism, as well as the processes researchers use to observe and identify these signs of intelligence.