metramorphosis

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Coined by Bracha L. Ettinger. See Late Latin metrium (womb) and metamorphosis.

Noun[edit]

metramorphosis (uncountable)

  1. (matrixial theory) A creative principle supposed to be responsible for changes in borderlines.
    • 2011, Pat Paxson, Art and Intuition: Borderlines and Boundaries
      The third element of the matrixial model is metramorphosis: a process of change that is a result of nonphallic ways of contacting the archaic m/Other.

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