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Stasis (from Greek στάσις "a standing still") may refer to:
- A state of stability, in which all forces are equal and opposing, therefore they cancel out each other
- Stasis (political history), as defined by Thucydides as a set of symptoms indicating an internal disturbance in both individuals and states
- Stasis (biology), a block of little or no evolutionary change in a species, in the punctuated equilibrium model of evolutionary biology
- Stasis (fiction) implies, especially in science-fiction, an artificial pause that stops all physical and chemical processes, including those of life; they resume as if uninterrupted as soon as the stasis is ended
- Stasis (film) a 2017 science-fiction film about a teenage girl's accidental involvement in a war between time-travelers.
- Stasis (liturgy) a division of a Kathisma or other liturgical verses
- Stasis (medicine), a state in which the normal flow of a body liquid stops, for example the flow of blood through vessels or of intestinal contents through the digestive tract
- Stasis, moniker of Steve Pickton, British techno musician
- Stasis (music), a technique or form used in minimalist music, and also any other style that may use slow musical development
- Stasis (rhetoric), represents a "stand" or a "mode of proceeding" in a given argument. It consists of a four-part invention process which investigates facts (conjecture), definition, quality (right or wrong) and policy (plan of action) in a given argument.
- Stasis (The UA Years 1971–1975), a compilation album by Hawkwind
- "Stasis" (The Outer Limits), an episode of the television show
- Stasis (video game), a science fiction point and click Kickstarter project released in 2015
- Venous stasis in medicine may refer to venous insufficiency
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