hierarchical dualism
 n.— «While English teachers regularly deal with disadvantaged groups in the classroom, homosexuality and AIDS were largely ignored. To remedy this situation, she said (in the jargon much loved by educrats): “I am proposing that this new form of hierarchical dualism can and should be resisted and challenged.”» —“Attack on tradition goes well beyond Play School” by Kevin Donnelly The Australian June 8, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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