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a combination of the words 'hermit', and, 'attitude' indicating the suggestion of the 'hermetic vas' spoken of by Jung. In Jungian terminology, the Hermit is the archetypal "Wise Old Man".
The hermit, being "the primitive man who trusts the unconscious" (von Franz on Jung's 'Zofingia lectures')is one whose way of life is concerned with authenticity, the inner attitude to life, and developing one's inner and intuitive life, as opposed to playing a role in the external world of socio-politics.
For the one in hermitude, a simplicity of life and thought begins to unfold.
Por D.W. Bender 13 de agosto de 2003
the attitude of hermitage or of a hermit
my hermitude
broken, beached moonjellies
become visible

D.W. Bender
("hermitude" as used in a haiku poem)
Por D.W. Bender 13 de agosto de 2003
(noun) the attitude one develops from not wanting to be social, being flaky to avoid socialization, and eventual upfront honesty about not attending social events simply because one doesn't care to.
"Jordy had so much hermitude when I invited him to my bar-b-que... he said House of Cards was on Netflix and he wasn't coming."
Por terradactyl 13 de junio de 2015

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