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com·plex·us

(kom-plek'sŭs), Avoid the mispronunciation com'plexus. The plural of this word is complexus, not complexi.
[L. an embracing, encircling]

complexus

(kom-plek'sus) [L.]
Semispinalis capitis muscle.
See: muscle
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Complexus has a superior strategy and expert technical skills in the SharePoint industry and we felt that our training and consulting offerings aligned well with the way Complexus wants to engage and help clients do more with SharePoint, said Veronique Palmer, CEO & Founder of Lets Collaborate and long term Microsoft Valued Professional (MVP), They also understand the bigger picture and align to our way of thinking when rolling out SharePoint for Enterprise scale deployments.
Mais recentemente, segundo Motta e Vasconcelos (2008), os movimentos de humanizacao do trabalho, embasados no conceito do homo complexus, foram criticados por postular um modelo ideal e unico em termos de "saude psicologica e moral".
O Qui Complexus et Gaudia Quanta Fuerunt: Essays Presented to Michael C.
EXSISTENTIA (actus, actualitas) est complexus affectionum in aliquo compossibilium, i.
47 BC Cicero De Re Publica 51 BC Boethius De Institutione Musica 6th Century AD Cassiodorus Variae Epistolae 537 AD Martianus De nuptiis Philologiae et 5th Century Capella Mercurii AD Hildegard of Physica; Causae et curae 1150 AD Bingen Peter of Abano Conciliator Differentarium 13th quae inter Philosophons et Century; Medicos Versantur published 1472 Johannes Complexus effectuum musices ca.
Assim a vida e um complexo biofisico-psico-socio-cultural, nos humanos somos Homo Complexus (MORIN, 2005).
Ouvrage foisonnant fonde sur l'idee que << l'homme est un complexus de gestes >> (Jousse 1978 : 27), L'Anthropologie du Geste s'attache au passage des <<gestes mimismologiques intuitifs >>--en simplifiant, une sorte d'imitation involontaire--a des << gestes expressifs concrets, subtils et innombrables >>, c'est-a-dire a des gestes interactionnels, a des << actions agissant sur d'autres actions>> qui vont permettre a des individus de partager une situation, par ricochet ou resonance sensori-motrice (pour employer un vocabulaire plus contemporain), ou du moins de le croire.
169) sostiene que "el pensamiento complexus significa lo que esta tejido en conjunto.
Compatibilist education involves the whole complexus of teaching-learning processes underpinned by the educational philosophies of Instrumentalism, Pragmatism, and Existentialism.
Complejo, segun el Diccionario de la Real Academia Espanola, viene del latin complexus, participio pasado de complecti, enlazar.
Es aqui donde el ser humano ocurre, el Dasein Heideggeriano, el hombre en el mundo de Merleau-Ponty, el Complexus de Morin y, porque no decirlo, el ideal Inca.

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