Bion


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Bi•on

(ˈbaɪ ɒn)

n.
fl. c100 B.C., Greek pastoral poet.
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The contemplative atheist is rare: a Diagoras, a Bion, a Lucian perhaps, and some others; and yet they seem to be more than they are; for that all that impugn a received religion, or superstition, are by the adverse part branded with the name of atheists.
The poem imitates the Greek elegies, of which the earliest now preserved was the Lament by Bion for Adonis, the mythological youth beloved by Venus.
Last year, however, Al Rawi, moved into manufacturing, with Bion Industrial's launch of three tipper trailers incorporating SSAB's wear-resistant Hardox steel and sporting a half-pipe design that was arrived at over the course of three years of conceptual design work and 18 months of engineering.
Bion Industrial tipper trailers' versatility, operational efficiency and high performance at lower operational costs have enabled the company to supply products to four out of the top five major heavy transport companies in the UAE," said Noas Al Rawi, CEO of Bion Group.
El caso de Wilfred Ruprecht Bion es tan solo uno mas en este aspecto, sin embargo, por lo que atane al impacto de la guerra en sus cavilaciones teoricas, destaca entre sus colegas.
Para los analisis se utilizo la tecnica propuesta por Bion (1962/2008) llamada revision meditativa, que permite ir evaluando los usos y evolucion del pensar y los pensamientos de los participantes, asi como la generacion de hipotesis comprensivas que se consolidan o se descartan durante el proceso.
Bion (1897-1979)--a pupil of Melanie Klein's--formulated, mainly in the first decades after World War II, a highly original theory of the functioning of the human mind (see Symington & Symington, 1996, for a general introduction to Wilfred Bion's thought).
Prof Bion, an expert in intensive care medicine, will speak on the subject of brain death, while Prof Neuberger, a liver consultant, will chair a session entitled Donor Optimisation - where have all the hearts gone?
Tal vez ese sea uno de los sentidos que queria transmitir Bion cuando hablaba de "proyectiles" para describir el uso de la identificacion proyectiva.
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September 27, 2011 (JUBA) - Luka Bion Deng, a senior member of the Sudan People's Liberation Movement (SPLM), on Monday called on the international community to hold Khartoum accountable for its actions.