Word: holism

Category: holism

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Related words: holism

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Translations: holism

spanish
holismo, el holismo, del holismo


german
Holismus, Ganzheitlichkeit, Ganzheit

french
holisme, le holisme, l'holisme, du holisme

italian
olismo, dell'olismo, l'olismo, all'olismo

portuguese
holismo, o holismo, do holismo

dutch
holisme, het holisme, holisme van

russian
холизм

norwegian
holisme, holismen, holisme som

swedish
holismen

finnish
Holismi, holismin

danish
holisme, holismen, sek-

czech
holismus, Celostní přístup, Celostní přístup k, Celostní

polish
holizm

hungarian
holisztikus gondolkodás, holizmus, holizmus szerint

turkish
holizm, bütüncülük, doğanın bütünlüğü inancı

greek
ολότητας, ολισμός, ολισμό, ολισμού

ukrainian
холізм, холизм

bulgarian
холизъм, холизма, Holism

belarusian
холизм

croatian
holizam, holizma

lithuanian
holizmas

latvian
holisms

romanian
holismul, holismului

slovenian
holizem, Celovitost

slovak
holismus, Holizmus

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The meaning and "use of": holism

noun
  • the theory that parts of a whole are in intimate interconnection, such that they cannot exist independently of the whole, or cannot be understood without reference to the whole, which is thus regarded as greater than the sum of its parts. Holism is often applied to mental states, language, and ecology.

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