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higher-order (not comparable)
- Involving more sophisticated thinking or reasoning.
- higher-order thinking
- Of or relating to a class higher up in a hierarchy.
- 2021, Trevor George Gardner, “By Any Means: A Philosophical Frame for Rulemaking Reform in Criminal Law”, in Yale Law Journal Forum, page 819:
- It is at least plausible that expert-level crime policy rulemaking (in the interest of reform) may be necessary in a system... [which] will thus remain susceptible to the prospect of punitive populism arising within any one of an array of higher-order bounded publics.