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The essays address the following questions: How and under what conditions has our culture come to represent the individual? What characterizes individualistic ideology and the social, economic, and political systems within which it has emerged? What is the role of the individual within them? What have been the major challenges to individualism? What aspects of contemporary thought and research point to new ways of thinking about the individual?
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