pluri-


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pluri-

combining form
denoting several: pluriliteral; pluripresence.
[from Latin plūr-, plūs more, plūres several]
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The pluri- and trans-dimensional brings into question the Freudian perspective, in accordance with which the need of identity defines the man.
A vait prevalu le deuxieme membre de l'alternative qui allait nous liberer immediatement pour un deuxieme rodage, celui de la multidisciplinarite (au sens d'usage parallele de nos disciplines) par laquelle nous passerions graduellement a la pluri- puis a l'interdisciplinarite.
They cover internal time; memory in time; logic, language, and time; developmental time; time for learning; and the pluri- temporality of humans and their artifacts.