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- adj. Relating to a hierarch.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Pertaining to a hierarch.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of or pertaining to a hierarch or a hierarchy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. classified according to various criteria into successive levels or layers
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So, finding all of these above as necessary parts of any meaningful and culturally relevant definition, it can be argued that humanism is a sociopolitical philosophy, both democratic and non-hierarchal, which is informed by scientific naturalism and promotes individual freedom, economic and social equality, human cooperation and planetary peace.
This is known as hierarchal cross - certification.
This is called hierarchal galaxy formation, a central principle of the UCSC Cold Dark Matter WIMP theory.
Do you think that we're experiencing a shift from a kind of hierarchal system run by a ruling elite to a world where the masses are rising and starting to exert more power?
Peter Watkins talks a lot about how he attempts in his films to involve the audience in the process, to break down the "hierarchal" relationship between author and viewer.
Other research indicates that collaborative learning environments, where teachers and students collectively contribute to the content and flow of instruction, enhance learning, when compared with traditional hierarchal teaching methods.
In this respect, they had not broken free of a colonial mentality that saw society as hierarchal, governed from the top down by an elite.
In with the typical flour, yeast and salt, the ingredients of sugar (in a hefty dose going by the hierarchal list) and orange extract were listed.
The key technologies to change that are derivatives of the lowly battery, many now poised to finally unleash a migration to a truly smart electric grid with deeply hierarchal storage across the landscape.
For instance, I gave my own thoughts on how we needed to modify the UN with a system of networked nodes of responsible global stewardship that was less hierarchal than today's system.