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Dumai wrote (edited )

i'm not having this conversation anymore because you've proven on multiple occasions that you're not really interested in listening to anything i say but if you think the definition of hierarchy you gave is the "classical" academic one then i'll just leave these links here

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Dumai wrote (edited )

Hierarchy, in the social sciences, a ranking of positions of authority, often associated with a chain of command and control.

lmao you denied hierarchy had anything to do with a chain of command (which would predicated on the right of command, y'know) and when i used the word "authority" you asked me what it meant

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Dumai wrote (edited )

why are you reviving threads that are almost a month old?

especially when you've tried to get all snooty about "giving me the last word" more than once

anyway when i defined hierarchy as a "chain of privilege, status, and command" you basically told me that was a dumb idea so i'm not sure what your point really is anymore. are you just arguing semantics for no reason or what? i mean if you aren't going to stick to your own definition then a semantic dispute is kind of pointless