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Synchronicity, in philosophy, is the experience of two or more events that are causally unrelated, yet are experienced as occurring together in a meaningful manner. It was first described by Carl Jung in the 1920s.
Synchronicity may also refer to:
- Synchronicity (book), a book about synchronicity by Carl Jung
- Synchronicity (The Police album), 1983
- Synchronicity (Bennie K album), 2004
- Synchronicity (Olivia Lufkin album), 2000
- Sinchronicity, a BBC TV drama
- Synchrony, the linguistic analysis of a language at a specific point in time
- Synchronization, the coordination of events to operate a system in unison
- Synchronization (computer science)
- Synchronous circuit, digital logic design concept
- Synchronic analysis, a type of linguistic analysis
- Synchronization (alternating current), used in electric power generation
- Multiple discovery of inventions
- Non-synchronicity, a concept in the writings of Ernst Bloch
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