When the term status quo involves the term status, is any status quo the same as elitism?

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trokanmariel
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When the term status quo involves the term status, is any status quo the same as elitism?

Post by trokanmariel » Sun Oct 07, 2018 2:45 pm

When the term status quo involves the term status, is any status quo the same as elitism?

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Re: When the term status quo involves the term status, is any status quo the same as elitism?

Post by commonsense » Wed Oct 24, 2018 9:06 pm

trokanmariel wrote:
Sun Oct 07, 2018 2:45 pm
When the term status quo involves the term status, is any status quo the same as elitism?
When the term status quo [i.e. the condition of things] involves the term status [ 1) socially superior rank or high prestige; 2) the condition of things], is any status quo [condition of things] the same as elitism [the classification of society by rank or prestige]?

In the same vein, since the term, "bleeding to death", includes the word, "death", is bleeding the same as dying?

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