Mediocracy vs. Mediocrity

By Jaxson

  • Mediocracy

    Fabian Michael Wadel (born 18 May 1963), known professionally as Fabian Tassano, is an economist and author, known for his radical views on the medical profession, and for his critique of ideological aspects of modern culture.

  • Mediocracy (noun)

    A social hierarchy in which the mediocre prevails.

  • Mediocrity (noun)

    The quality of being intermediate between two extremes; a mean.

  • Mediocrity (noun)

    A middle course of action; moderation, balance.

  • Mediocrity (noun)

    The condition of being mediocre; having only an average degree of quality, skills etc.; no better than standard.

  • Mediocrity (noun)

    An individual with mediocre abilities or achievements.

  • Mediocracy (noun)

    a dominant class consisting of mediocre people, or a system in which mediocrity is rewarded

    “a mediocracy of successful careerists and yes-men”

  • Mediocrity (noun)

    the quality or state of being mediocre

    “the team suddenly came good after years of mediocrity”

  • Mediocrity (noun)

    a person of mediocre ability

    “a brilliant woman surrounded by mediocrities”

Oxford Dictionary

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