generativity

generativity
\\ˌjenərəˈtivə̇d.ē, -ə̇tē, -ti\ noun (-es)
Etymology: generative + -ity
: a concern for people besides self and family that usually develops during middle age ; especially : a need to nurture and guide young people of the next generation — used in the psychology of Erik Erikson

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