[red-in-ti-grey-shuh n, ri-din]
Origin of redintegration
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He says that this suture insures the redintegration of the nerve much better.Old-Time Makers of Medicine
James J. Walsh
It was only then that the Society was able to begin its theological work after its redintegration.The Jesuits, 1534-1921
Thomas J. Campbell
The function of logic is the redintegration of this experience.
Professor Rymer Jones mentions an instance of redintegration very complete and most curious.The Ocean World:
It is a reduction of the original colliding contents to a form in which the effort at redintegration gets maximum efficiency.Essays in Experimental Logic
- the act or process of making whole again; renewal
- psychol the process of responding to a part of a situation in the same manner as one has responded to the whole situation, as in the case of a souvenir reminding one of a holiday
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- The restoration of a lost or injured part.
- Evocation of a particular state of mind resulting from the recurrence of one of the elements that made up the original experience.
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