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  • noun The state or condition of being structureless; lack of structure.


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structureless +‎ -ness


  • In the end, the tyranny of structurelessness, that is the subtle and informal hierarchies dominating anarcho-liberal culture, serves to reinforces a permanent state of political correctness.

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  • Amidst the appearance of structurelessness and leaderlessness, however, I was clearly the theatrical director, theoretician, healer of wounds, spiritual leader, and, if only by dint of a slight chronological advantage, “mother” to the band.

    Naomi Weisstein: Statement

  • Without the right, the state falls into dysfunctionality as hierarchies disintegrate to the point of paralysis or devolve into the tyranny of structurelessness (anarchy).

    Robert Fuller: Bridging Left and Right: A Foundation for Transpartisan Politics

  • Let us suppose that this structureless morsel of protoplasm is, for all its structurelessness, composed of an infinite number of living molecules, each one of them with hopes and fears of its own, and all dwelling together like Tekke

    Unconscious Memory

  • This highly-structured, fine-tuned process seeks to avoid what Jo Freeman famously called "the tyranny of structurelessness" in her essay of the same name critiquing the women's movement.

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  • The casual observer, unaccustomed to organizations without hierarchy, might mistake leaderlessness for structurelessness.

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  • Another check on structurelessness comes in the form of the "progressive stack," in which the "stack-keeper," who is in charge of taking questions and concerns from the audiences at general assemblies, is given the ability to privilege voices from "traditionally marginalized groups."

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  • It's one thing for an adult filmmaker to communicate childhood in the clearly emotional way Jonze does it in his real-world opening sequence, but to be able to communicate the structurelessness of a young boy's world in such a fresh and wonderful way is truly noteworthy.


  • While there were people who found both the approach and the space to be helpful in ways that nothing else had been, others experienced a kind of abandonment to structurelessness that was itself a torment.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • Although basically a humor book, it offers the most insightful discussion I’ve ever read about the tricky transition from 9-to-5 routine to the structurelessness of retirement.

    R.I.P. for an early-retirement pioneer


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