The quality or state of being self-active; self-action.(noun)
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Use "self-activity" in a sentence
"It will be, as a German peace activist once put it, "the spontaneous self-activity of the masses.""
"If we're going to have 100 demonstrations and vigils in 100 cities on the day of the President's speech, there will have to be a significant contribution from what a German philosopher once called "the spontaneous self-activity of the masses.""
"It rejects the goal of taking state power and sets forth the objective of building a horizontal network of centers of self-activity."