Mindful of his own dignity, he is mindful of others', because he wishes to safeguard what is in fact the essence of man's value, no one is replacable. It is in this way, in this solitude, that he finds friendship and a friendly society, rather than the flock or the herd.
Eugene Ionesco

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- One who explains the higher functions and relations of the soul by the association of ideas; e. g., Hartley, J. C. Mill.