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Bender Gestalt test continued to show organicity as simplification, inversion and closure difficulty was noted.
In the Organicity, each development will have the necessary expertise for the community to flourish, including doctors, architects, solicitors, dentists, as well as skilled and unskilled labour.
In order to enhance the organicity embedded in the short story form, Ribeyro gives careful consideration to the combination of stories that will comprise the anthology.
10] The index case belonged to the former type of choking phobia and organicity was ruled out by clinical examination and detail investgatons by several otorhinolaryngologists.
When considering the organicity of its material constitution, according to the modern university, the center of Bologna was the first one to establish, but the University of Paris allied to its physical structure philosophy and theology studies, which would result in its known prestige and its recognized intellectual importance.
To tragic insecurity the Romans preferred the secure and fecund laughter, the convivial regenerating spirit, Saturnalic (Saturnalia, the most representative Roman festival ensures the organicity of the comic genre).
A BODY is ageless, undifferentiated, genderless, and yet the same time, this emphasis on gauna embodiment, on spontaneous reproduction, on polymorphic organicity, codes them as feminine in the sense discussed variously by Susan Napier (6) and Elizabeth Grosz.
This organicity is, of course, very different from the view of progress as the result of rational programs.
Any happening "in the world" hearkens back to the lifeworld, whereas any event of the latter is that of organicity.
As in his earlier ceramic production, their extreme organicity shows Fontana, as he put it, "wanting to make inert matter live.
Therefore, the origin of the disease in this group may be caused by organicity, although they were not diagnosed with organic mental disorder.
This tendency hails from the revolutionary movement of the industrial revolution, where we find here a "tearing away" of man from land and organicity.
The idea of organicity appeared in the metaphor of the body; it had been originated in Christian thought where the community of believers was imagined as mystical body of Christ (mysticum corpus Christi); this image, in the High and Late Middle Ages (Kantorowicz 1957: 207-323) was transferred to the polity, to the earthly community designating the relation of the king and his subjects.
However, we are increasingly unable to modulate this overwhelming flow of signs and data, mainly because our very organicity is unable to keep pace with the rapid-fire unfolding of digital or computer time, and hence there is a 'paradigmatic discrepancy' between transmissions emanating from the info-sphere and their reception by the human perceptual-cognitive apparatus.