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  1. This is actually a very narrow and simple term. A nonconformist appears in a social group when he is one against all. When there are two nonconformists, they become conformists. �

    A “real” nonconformist is one who seeks to swim against the current and refuses in any form to behave (thoughts, ideas, etc.) and – consciously or unconsciously. Still, I think it is wrong to single out the genuine ones, because the very idea of absolute protest and its” authenticity ” will contradict and protest against itself, which leads to a logical error.

    But if we take as a starting point the very unmotivated desire of an individual to resist society (in simple terms, to do the opposite), then it would be more correct to call such a person a negativist, but this is already a psychiatric term.

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