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Bion

(bī`ən), fl. 2d cent.? B.C., Greek bucolic poet, an imitator of Theocritus, b. Phlossa, near Smyrna. Only fragments of his work survive. The Lament for Adonis, attributed to him, was the model for Shelley's Adonais and was translated by Elizabeth Barrett Browning.

bion

[′bī‚än]
(ecology)
An independent, individual organism.
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La etologia abrio un campo detectado en psicoanalisis por Money Kyrle, y por supuesto por Bion a traves de su teoria de las preconcepciones.
In November, Al Rawi launched a further three tipper trailer models, a cement bulker semi-trailer and a demolition tipper, and in 2016 will be opening an expanded 46,500m2 manufacturing facility that will increase Bion's production capacity from 25 to 125 trailers a month.
Bion Industrial also plans to expand its production line to include flat-bed and low-bed trailers as well as a wide range of municipal transport equipment.
En "On arrogance" (2013), Bion escribe como el paciente que se siente rodeado por asociaciones mentales impregnadas de crueldad 'dispara' otros tipos de asociaciones, igualmente crueles, estupidas o arrogantes, como si los pensamientos tenidos de omnipotencia fueran una suerte de balas o esquirlas hirientes que lastiman la psique de quien las emite y de quien las recibe (Souter, 2009, p.
Tuvimos que enfrentarnos a esta nueva realidad con algunas de las herramientas conceptuales que podiamos recoger de la corriente de pensamiento psicoanalitico de Freud, Klein, Bion y Meltzer.
Based on Bion's theory of mental pain and projective identification we will show that the damnation of mental pain and its communication entered within Christian community experience due to social and group dynamic pressing toward the control of the free communication of pain experience.
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?
Bion's early work with groups focused on developing the group's capacity for recovering a sense of internal agency, a capacity which was compromised not only by the group's own internal dynamics but also by a systemic collusion.
Las impresiones sensoriales y las experiencias emocionales no transformadas, son denominadas por Bion, elementos beta.
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The call came in a letter to The Times signed by eight senior figures, including a former coroner, Michael Powers, a former deputy coroner, Margaret Bloom, and Julian Bion, a professor of intensive care medicine.
"Thoughts are a nuisance," says Bion's patient in Learning from Experience; "I don't want them" (1962b:34-35).