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Hierarchia




Hierarchia (Graece ἱεραρχία < ἱερός + ἀρχή) est systema elementorum, quae sibi invicem super- vel subordinata sunt. In monohierarchia, unicuique elemento accurate unum elementum superordinatum est, cum in polyhierarchia etiam plura elementa super- vel subordinata sint. Verbum olim tantummodo in regione religionis adhibitum hodie multis in materiis in usu est: mathematica, sociologia, ethica, et alibi.

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Historia notionis


Voce hierarchia saeculo sexto exeunte Pseudo-Dionysius Areopagita ad munus pontificis religionis Iudaicae designandum usus est[1][2]. Sacerdotes in 24 partiones divisi erant ordine sorte constituto[3]. Inprimis in Pseudo-Dionysii Areopagitae doctrina angelorum hierarchia maximi momenti est. A saeculo septimo decimo in Lingua Latina Ecclesiastica ordinem munerum ecclesiasticorum valens adhibetur.

Bibliographia


Notae


  1. in libellis „De coelesti hierarchia“ et „De ecclesiastica hierarchia“
  2. Hermann Paul, Deutsches Wörterbuch: Bedeutungsgeschichte und Aufbau unseres Wortschatzes, 2002, S. 473.
  3. 1 Par. 24,1-19

Nexus interni


Nexus externi


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