“But that call carries no teeth in a movement that has prided itself on "horizontalism" - the notion that it is, essentially, leaderless.”
“Mr. Tarullo began speaking of "horizontalism" and sketching out diagrams of triangles on yellow legal pads to show how the new approach to regulation would look, say people familiar with his approach.”
“Probably the key factor is "horizontalism" which has become the default method of organising.”
“Our relationship consisted greatly of him asking many questions, arguing and disagreeing over 'horizontalism' vs. hierarchy constantly and what constituted”
““We must distance ourselves from that coldness, that horizontalism that places man at the center of the liturgical action, and also from the openly egocentric showmanship that our Sunday assemblies are sometimes obliged to witness...””
“To relieve the monotony of the horizontalism, a simple arcading has been inserted in the wall spaces above the central window, and above the aisle windows (plain lancets) on the right and left.”
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“Meyer thinks that as the movement becomes broader, it will necessarily lose its horizontalism.”
“We weren't in agreement with horizontalism because a union movement has to be an instrument for combat, for struggle.”
“Key forces in the global justice movement shared a set of politics often called "autonomism" or "horizontalism," which explicitly opposed the formation of a defined radical or revolutionary organization.”
“VOCAL, recently wrote in the Oaxacan daily Noticias that "the Popular Assembly of the People of Oaxaca is, naturally, opposed to power, since horizontalism, respect for consensus, and respectful dialog are the fundamental principles of the assembly.”
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