socius

\\ˈsōshēəs\ noun (plural socii \\-ēˌī\)
Etymology: Latin — more at social

was procurator and socius to the vice-provincial — R.J.Purcell

specifically capitalized : the divine friend and companion of man
2. : a unit in social relationships consisting of an individual

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • socius — ⇒SOCIUS, subst. masc. SOCIOL. Composante sociale du comportement et de la vie mentale d un être vivant. Car la psychologie sociale, proposons nous, est avant tout psychologie: psychologie de l homme comme socius, et non de la société, soit de l… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Socĭus — (lat.), 1) Theilnehmer, Verbündeter, Genoß; 2) der mit Anderen an einer Arbeit Theil nimmt; bes. hießen Socii navales die Bemannung auf einem Schiffe, die Ruderer u. die Matrosen im Gegensatze zu den Schiffssoldaten; 3) Bundesgenoß; über die… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Socĭus — Socĭus, s. Sozius …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

  • Socius —    • Socius,          в отношении к частному праву. Товарищество или societas соединяет несколько лиц (socii) для достижения общих целей и налагает на них известные обязанности. Socii имеют для защиты друг против друга так называемую actio pro… …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

  • SOCIUS — Hebr. Gap desc: Hebrew alias a sita muteth, se reclinans, in alterius scil. sinum (qui olim et accumbentium in mensa ritus) Hebraeis nomen fuit altioris gradus discipulorum, ut supra videre est voce Rab …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • socius —    by Kenneth Surin   Traditional philosophy relied overwhelmingly on the operation of transcendental principles which were required to make claims possible, as well as moral aesthetic judgements. There are also transcendental principles, perhaps …   The Deleuze dictionary

  • socius —    by Kenneth Surin   Traditional philosophy relied overwhelmingly on the operation of transcendental principles which were required to make claims possible, as well as moral aesthetic judgements. There are also transcendental principles, perhaps …   The Deleuze dictionary

  • socius —   n. (pl. ii) member; companion; associate; individual.    ♦ socius criminis, accomplice in crime …   Dictionary of difficult words

  • socius — so·ci·us …   English syllables

  • socius — /s6wsh(iy)as/ In the civil law, a partner …   Black's law dictionary

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