Egalitarianism emerges from group-related activities, in
particular transitions from one type of group to another.
Decisions are made based on the needs of the community, in
terms of future and existing cultural, creative, and survival
The threat to egalitarianism comes not only through hardship and
social hierarchies, but through excessive emphasis on future
development, and the failure to predict the future.
One of the key properties of egalitarian studies is the tendency
how each divergent axis of difficulty is counterbalanced by yet
Egalitarianism thus must 'secure the center': either through
politics, ideas, culture, or other social strategems.
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