hierarchism


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hierarchism

the system of government or authority of a hierarchy. — hierarchization, n.hierarchial, adj.
See also: Government
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This premise is explicit enough to account for the accusations of voluntarism and hierarchism commonly raised against foquismo: the guerrilla band not only represents the vanguard or the engine of the people, but is also capable of accelerating time to the point of producing, in a teleological fashion, a historical break.
It is not until the early twentieth century that many composers--Stravinsky, Schoenberg, Ives, to name just a few--began to break down the Classical/Romantic meter and beat hierarchism.
His philosophy itself has been held to be collecting different strands from Arabian Aristotelianism, from the Neoplatonic emanatism and hierarchism of Dionysian kind, as well as from the Augustinian interiorization of reality and promise of immediacy in human's relation to God (see Flasch 2008a:86-111).
Hierarchism and complex procedures of delegating responsibility have made the system prone to corrupt practices.