anti–hierarchical

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adjective an·ti–hi·er·ar·chi·cal \ˌan-tē-ˌhī-(ə-)ˈrär-ki-kəl, ˌan-tī- also -hir-ˈär-\
variants: or less commonly

antihierarchical

Definition of anti–hierarchical

  1. 1 :  opposed to hierarchy … a habit of mind that was secular, rationalist, and anti-hierarchical. — Mary Gordon

  2. 2 :  deliberately or emphatically not hierarchical Such an engagement was born of an equalitarian, consensus-building, antihierarchical approach to leadership that created its mobilization structure. — Belinda Robnett

1678

First Known Use of anti–hierarchical

1678


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