Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Government by an alien or aliens; foreign rule. Also, erroneously, eterarchy.
- n. countable An example of this government.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete The government of an alien.
- heter- (“other, different”) + -archy (“rule”); equivalent to Katharevousa ἑτεραρχία (eterarkhia) / Dimotiki ετεραρχία (eterarkhia) (Wiktionary)
“In order to preserve the "bottom up" approach he argues that there has to be some movement from heterarchy to hierarchy , in order to combat some of the negative generative effects I only have my head partially around it still”
“As many of you have acknowledged on FDL, the real culture war is not about religion, fundamentalism, progressivism or conservatism, but about hierarchy versus heterarchy.”
“Perhaps the heterarchy can save us from a 100 year religious war …”
“The Feminine strives to establish “rapport” (a heterarchy); while the Masculine strives to establish systems in which to “report” (hierarchies).”
“How lovely the word “heterarchy” is … It seems esentially Feminine.”
“My concern is this: Bringing the hidden connectors into the light by, for instance, labelling them as the heterarchy might result in them being herded into just another box, and told to sort it out - to end up as just another committee.”
“That won't happen by e-mailing alone, just one more challenge thrown up by this new organizational form of heterarchy.”
“Hegemony rides again - if it was ever dismounted - after New Labour's much touted dream of replacing hierarchy with heterarchy, government with governance, via involvement, participation, empowerment, citizen-power, place-shaping, localisation and all the other obfuscating jargon used to hustle the populace into believing we inside the big tent.”
“There are many useful dichotomies available to describe culture (ying - yang), organisation (hierarchy - heterarchy or ad-hocracy), cognition (abstract - concrete), emotion (impersonal - personal), ethics (judgement - narrative), anthropology (universals - non universals), futurology (cyborgs - human) and vocations (scientist - artist)”
“watching this video gave me more of a sense of zittrain the person and his concerns, that he is entertaining as a presenter as well as very informative - that despite being called a "moron" a lot recently he will pursue these issues he has a graph towards the end vertical axis: top down to bottom up horizontal axis: hierarchy to heterarchy”
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