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5th Dec '16 1:06:40 PM Chabal2
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* ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40K'': The Tau's Greater Good philosophy doesn't ''quite'' extend this far: the Tau recognize the usefulness of individuality, but everything they do needs to be for the good of all instead of just the individual (and it's hinted this may be enforced via pheromones or mind-control helmets).
12th Nov '16 1:45:37 PM Morgenthaler
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* A prominent theme in the Village in ''Series/ThePrisoner'', especially in the episode "A Change of Mind". Unmutual!

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* A prominent theme in the Village in ''Series/ThePrisoner'', ''Series/ThePrisoner1967'', especially in the episode "A Change of Mind". Unmutual!
11th Nov '16 7:08:54 PM FordPrefect
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** In addition, different models have different opinions on how "individual" a Cylon should be from his/her model. Ones (Cavils) believe in complete uniformity, Sixes believe in individuality but draw the line at opposing their model and Eights seem almost eager to break it and find their own identity at the cost of everything else.

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** In addition, different models have different opinions on how "individual" a Cylon should be from his/her model. Ones (Cavils) believe in complete uniformity, Sixes believe in individuality but draw the line at opposing their model model, and Eights seem almost eager to break it and find their own identity at the cost of everything else.
28th Aug '16 5:03:52 AM Morgenthaler
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13th Aug '16 2:44:00 PM Godzillawolf
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* The Gem Homeworld from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' seems to be this way. Every Gem has an exact purpose they're made for (except of course the [[EvilOverlord Diamonds]]) and ''only'' that exact purpose is allowed. Jasper implies punishment for deviating from your 'intended' purpose may be death. And so is being born with a defect. Naturally, Rose Quartz was able to use this as a fantastic recruiting tool, as she herself believed the exact opposite and encouraged her Crystal Gems to find their own identity and desires.
23rd Jul '16 2:52:52 PM nombretomado
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* Played for laughs with the motivational posters in ''CaptainUnderpants''.

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* Played for laughs with the motivational posters in ''CaptainUnderpants''.''Literature/CaptainUnderpants''.
7th Jul '16 9:20:11 AM gewunomox
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-->-- '''TheWho''', ''905''

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-->-- '''TheWho''', '''Music/TheWho''', ''905''
20th May '16 2:10:03 PM Doug86
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* In the ''Literature/StarTrekNovelVerse'', the Breen are allowed to be individuals, but not ''too'' individual. They have an egalitarian multi-species society based on masking species so there is no possibility of prejudice or favouritism based on it. This inevitably means hiding other aspects of themselves as well, so as not to give cues as to what their [[PlanetOfHats hat]] is.

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* In the ''Literature/StarTrekNovelVerse'', ''Franchise/StarTrekNovelVerse'', the Breen are allowed to be individuals, but not ''too'' individual. They have an egalitarian multi-species society based on masking species so there is no possibility of prejudice or favouritism based on it. This inevitably means hiding other aspects of themselves as well, so as not to give cues as to what their [[PlanetOfHats hat]] is.
29th Jan '16 7:10:21 AM SuperBlah
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* ''Literature/{{Anthem}}'' by Creator/AynRand has a society where collectivism has become so extreme that [[LanguageEqualsThought singular pronouns have disappeared, and anyone who (re)discovers first-person singular pronouns is publicly executed]]. In fact, all the novels of Creator/AynRand feature this trope as the ideal of the villains.

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* ''Literature/{{Anthem}}'' by Creator/AynRand has a society where collectivism has become so extreme that [[LanguageEqualsThought singular pronouns have disappeared, disappeared]], and anyone [[spoiler:anyone who (re)discovers first-person singular pronouns is publicly executed]]. In fact, all the novels of Creator/AynRand feature this trope as the ideal of the villains.
29th Jan '16 7:09:39 AM SuperBlah
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* ''Literature/{{Anthem}}'' by Creator/AynRand has a society where collectivism has become so extreme that [[LanguageEqualsThought first-person singular pronouns are banned]]. In fact, all the novels of Creator/AynRand feature this trope as the ideal of the villains.

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* ''Literature/{{Anthem}}'' by Creator/AynRand has a society where collectivism has become so extreme that [[LanguageEqualsThought singular pronouns have disappeared, and anyone who (re)discovers first-person singular pronouns are banned]].is publicly executed]]. In fact, all the novels of Creator/AynRand feature this trope as the ideal of the villains.
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