concrete thinking n.
Thinking characterized by a predominance of actual objects and events and the absence of concepts and generalizations.
noun, Hegelianism. 1. a principle that necessarily has universal import but is also concrete by virtue of its arising in historical situations.
- Concretio cordis
concretio cordis con·cre·ti·o cor·dis (kən-krē’shē-ō kôr’dĭs) n. Extensive adhesion between parietal and visceral layers of the pericardium with partial or complete obliteration of the pericardial cavity. Also called internal adhesive pericarditis.
[kon-kree-shuh n, kong-] /kɒnˈkri ʃən, kɒŋ-/ noun 1. the act or process of or becoming substantial; coalescence; solidification. 2. the state of being . 3. a solid mass formed by or as if by coalescence or cohesion: a concretion of melted candies. 4. anything that is made real, tangible, or particular. 5. Pathology. a solid […]
[kon-kree-shuh-ner-ee, kong-] /kɒnˈkri ʃəˌnɛr i, kɒŋ-/ adjective 1. formed by ; consisting of concreted matter or masses.