centauric

centauric

(sɛnˈtɔːrɪk)
adj
characterized by an integration of mind and body for consciousness above the ego-selfresembling or of the nature of a centaur
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Besides metis' multiple, diverse, changing character, and its transfiguring and masking power (Machiavelli, 1998 [1515], XXV), we emphasize that the fox's attribution as an essential feature of the prince's rationality referring to his centauric nature (half man and half beast (Machiavelli, 1998 [1515], XVIII, p.
My own practice, in Rosenberg's terms, is Centauric. I'm a painter and a writer.
"Their HR manager said she didn't have to add programs, but merely had to package them and communicate about them in a compelling way," notes Shack, who runs the San Diego-based consultancy Centauric. "The company wants to connect the dots and see each offering as part of a larger package of activities aimed at making the company an attractive place to work."
198) illustrates how, corresponding to cultural worldviews (LL) such as archaic, magic, mythic, rational, and centauric, there are social structures/means/ages/eras (LR) such as foraging, horticultural, agrarian, industrial, and informational.