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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of hierarchize.
- adj. arranged in a hierarchy
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Sure, we sometimes need to pick them apart and view them individually in order to understand how nuances of each may be operating, but that does not mean they must be hierarchized.
Ministry, the revolutionary government has hierarchized both activities.
In this regard, "no quantitative amelioration of its impoverishment, no illusory participation in a hierarchized system, can provide a lasting cure for its dissatisfaction."
In Whitman's conception, all things of the world [human and non-human, organic and inorganic] are non-hierarchized [horizontally arranged] co-participants in a world that vibrates with precious and vital potentialities [we might add here, also, that for Whitman, each person & object's "singularity" is precious and matters a great deal].
If everything in the world, per Whitman and Bennett, is accorded a co-participatory, non-hierarchized, horizontal status, who and what is "helpless," who and what "helps," and in which situations?
Are hierarchized stories simply the precondition for independent inquiry?