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Robert W. Fuller

Robert W. Fuller named the problem of rankism in Somebodies and Nobodies and described how societies can promote universal dignity in All Rise. With Pamela A. Gerloff he co-wrote Dignity for All - a handbook for the Dignity Movement. His most recent books are Religion and Science: A Beautiful Friendship?, Genomes, Menomes, Wenomes: Neuroscience and Human Dignity, and The Rowan Tree: A Novel.

The Dignitarian Dialogues Project

Using the Words “Rankism” and “Dignitarian”

Since Robert Fuller introduced the word rankism, it has appeared on the Internet and in media and academic articles on the law, religion, business, education, healthcare, democracy and social policy.

The second word, dignitarian, refers to people who safeguard the dignity of others and work toward a dignitarian society. Writings which cite dignitarian include works on the law, religion, civil society, human rights, bioethics (cloning and stem cell research), and deep democracy.

Here is a select list of online reference resources that currently include the word rankism:

Bullying. Canadian Content.
Discrimination. Susan’s Place Transgender Wiki.
Discrimination.Wikiworld Encyclopedia.
Dignitarian. Double-Tongued Dictionary.
Rankism. BuzzWhack Dictionary.
Rankism. Double-Tongued Dictionary.
Rankism. Encyclopedia Vestigatio.
Rankism. Facteri (Italian).
Rankism. The Free Dictionary.
Rankism. Labor Law Talk Dictionary.
Rankism. Merriam Webster’s Open Dictionary.
Opentopia. Opentopia.
Rankism. Quickseek Encyclopedia.
Rankism. Reference.
Rankism. Union of International Associations (World Problems).
Rankism. Urban Dictionary (Word of the Day, 8/16/06).
Rankism. Wikipedia.
A.Word.A.Day: Rankism.


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