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interlocutor

Scots law a decree by a judge
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Competences reflect the current stage of discussion and consolidation of knowledge on the Brazilian reality and are the element for international interlocution in the discussion on the organization of assistance in SRH.
The interview of this issue, with Esther Luiza de Souza Lemos, exposes the Interlocutions of the ethical-political project of Brazilian social work with the world.
It presupposes the interlocution between scientific knowledge and popular knowledge by means of the multiprofessional experience, in order to reach interprofessional education (6).
Through a series of textual and visual interlocutions between Inclusive Artist 'Alice', Social and Cultural Geographer 'Hannah' and members of the contemporary arts group The Rockets', we identify how an expanded conception of listening is practiced and the results it produce.
In other words, meaning extends beyond the body (here-and-now interlocutions) that opens up theorization of its psychological function (the way meaning shapes human's thinking).