I feel like the term "nonhierarchical" is used to describe positive attributes of systems in many contexts (political, software of different kinds etc) however as a term it doesn't say anything about the workings of these systems other than that they aren't hierarchical.
What terms do you know of that describe nonhierarchical systems (in ANY context, seriously I am interested in the ones I am not even considering like fungi or something) in more illuminating and precise terms?
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