proteiform

proteiform

(prəʊˈtiːɪˌfɔːm)
adj
(Biology) changeable in form; multiform
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Hashimoto's encephalopathy: A rare proteiform disorder.
From the Structured Subject to the Proteiform Subject in the Contemporaneity: Demands, Tensions and Challenges for the Clinical Psychology
Indeed, in contrast to Morelli's (2015: 223) argument, Manuele does not juxtapose his actual body with a disembodied state, but rather with his other 'corpo reale', his true shape, which is a shape but is not subjected to the fixity and decay of the human body, and is at the same time proteiform and eternally young (pp.
On this issue, a CEPS researcher (23) considers that the Agenda is plagued by a series of obstacles: (1) the Agenda was not affirmed by all of the EU member States, for example France has opposed the EU Commission's proposal of migrant quotas; (2) the suggested resettlement scheme (24) was deeply unpopular, particularly within the Central and Eastern European member States; (3) the Agenda does not have clear-cut priorities, with placing too much attention towards thwarting the smuggling networks and ignoring the proteiform aspect of the migration process, with added criticism concerning the limited options available for legal immigration and legal pathways past the EU borders.
A master at infiltrating revolutionary and conspiracy groups, Simonini is a proteiform, chameleon-like, ever-present character that resembles a mixture of Zelig and Forrest Gump, the parodic movie characters popularized by Woody Allen and Tom Hanks.
Accepting the proteiform features of the concept of migration and bringing invariably together the content of various theories that sprung staring with the 1960s, one must admit the fact that no valid theory that explains every migratory situation is in place to this day.
This inability of objectivist models to identify the alleged true value of the probability of an event occurrence seems to support the deterministic hypothesis which postulates the "proteiform" (15) character of the probability.
Fourth, throughout recorded history, the social mind informs all instances of language use, writing, and reading: how could one possibly apprehend such a pervasive, proteiform phenomenon?
(6.) For Langer, Ronsard's ethical subjectivity in the Responce is undermined by the poet's proteiform rhetoric in which ethos serves "une fin publicitaire," Vertu du discours, 85.
Rational and nihilistic, supra-historical and anti-historical all at once, this angst is never unmindful of the ideological relations that govern proteiform kinds of existence.
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One of the briefest, shorthand descriptions of Finnegans wake's narrative structure, its time/space continuum, is contained in: "The proteiform graph itself is polyhedron of scripture" (Joyce 1965: 107).