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Coequivalence

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Last updated: JAN. 15, 2020

Coequivalence is a post-omnidoxical term of Cometanic origin denoting how Astronism uses neither the top-down nor the down-up forms of management, but instead ascribes a coequivalent nature and role to the two parties involving the survival of Astronism, namely The Institution and the Astrosa.


Coequivalence means to exist with different functions and roles within something, but to exist in such a way that those functions are equal to the other party. Essentially, neither function of either of the parties is superior to one another though they would neither be accurately described as codependent.

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