Telos

(Gr. telos) The end term of a process, specifically, in Aristotle, the purpose or final cause. See Aristotelianism. -- G.R.M.
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telos

(te´lōs) end, goal, purpose.
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Telos

[philosophy] A telos (from the Greek τέλος for `end`, `purpose`, or `goal`) is an end or purpose, in a fairly constrained sense used by philosophers such as Aristotle. It is the root of the term `teleology,` roughly the study of purposiveness, or the study of objects with a view to their aims, purposes, or intentions. Teleology figures...
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TELOS

[project management] TELOS is an acronym in project management used to define five areas of feasibility that determine whether a project should run or not. ...
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telos

aim; purpose; ultimate end
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Telos

military unit.
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Telos

Military unit. word used by Josephus for legion.
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