Telos

Military unit. word used by Josephus for legion.
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telos

(te´lōs) end, goal, purpose.
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Telos

[company] Telos Corporation is an information technology (IT) consulting company located in Ashburn, Virginia. The company’s name is derived from the Greek word for “purpose” or “goal`. Telos primarily serves government and enterprise clients, receiving a large number of its contracts from the United States Department of Defense (Do...
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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

military unit.
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Telos

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Telos

[Doctor Who] Telos is a fictional planet from the British science fiction television series Doctor Who. It is an arid and mountainous planet, with little sign of vegetation. Beneath its surface, however, are the legendary tombs of the Cybermen. The planet was featured in the serials The Tomb of the Cybermen (1967) and Attack of the Cybermen...
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Telos

[journal] Telos is an academic journal published in the United States. It was founded in May 1968 to provide the New Left with a coherent theoretical perspective. It sought to expand the Husserlian diagnosis of `the crisis of European sciences` to prefigure a particular program of social reconstruction relevant for the US. In order to avoid...
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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

aim; purpose; ultimate end
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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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