Exscribe

Ex`scribe´


v. t.1.To copy; to transcribe.
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Se trata de dar cuenta de como terapeuta y consultante han sido tocados por su presencia mutua, en un territorio donde el sentido se exscribe (Nancy, 2003) del significado, hallandose en exceso de los guiones micropoliticos, para transitar en la sensualidad del encuentro terapeutico hacia un proceso imaginativo (Pakman 2014).
I, that have been a lover, and could show it, Though not in these, in rhymes not wholly dumb, Since I exscribe your sonnets, am become A better lover, and much better poet.
I that have beene a lover, and could shew it, Though not in these, in rithmes not wholly dumbe, Since I exscribe your Sonnets, am become A better lover, and much better Poet.