Primus inter pares

primus inter pares

What does primus inter pares mean?

Primus inter pares is a Latin phrase meaning first among equals. It is typically used as an honorary title for someone who is formally equal to other members of their group but is accorded unofficial respect, traditionally owing to their seniority in office.

What is the primus inter pares effect of cognitive bias?

For the cognitive bias sometimes known as the primus inter pares effect, see illusory superiority. Primus inter pares is a Latin phrase meaning first among equals.

Are Anglican bishops primus inter pares or primatial?

Leading bishops or primates in other Anglican national churches are often said to be primus inter pares within their provinces (e.g. Church of Ireland), while the (first) primatial see of Canterbury remains primus among them.

Was Francisco Franco a primus inter pares?

— Gregg Opelka, WSJ, 26 Sep. 2017 The Nationalist military chieftains who elevated Francisco Franco to supreme power may initially have thought of their leader as a sort of primus inter pares, but this notion did not accord with Franco’s ideas. — Jesús Palacios, Slate Magazine, 9 Feb. 2017

What does primus inter Pare stand for?

Jump to navigation Jump to search. Primus inter pares (Ancient Greek: Πρῶτος μεταξὺ ἴσων, prōtos metaxỳ ísōn) is a Latin phrase meaning first among equals. It is typically used as an honorary title for those who are formally equal to other members of their group but are accorded unofficial respect, traditionally owing to their seniority in office.

Is primus inter pares a good book?

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What is the primus inter pares effect of cognitive bias?

For the cognitive bias sometimes known as the primus inter pares effect, see illusory superiority. Primus inter pares is a Latin phrase meaning first among equals.

What is the meaning of prima inter pares?

^ Grammatically, the expression refers to a single male figure. A female would be prima inter pares and the plurals of both forms would be primi inter pares and primæ inter pares. In the nominative case and primos inter pares and primas inter pares in the accusative.

What does Primus from primus inter pares mean in the Anglican Church?

In the Anglican Communion, the Archbishop of Canterbury is considered to be first among equals in his presidency over the Communion. The senior bishop of the seven diocesan bishops of the Scottish Episcopal Church bears the truncated title Primus from primus inter pares.

What is a primate of the Anglican Communion?

Each member church of the Anglican Communion is an independent body headed by a primate. A primate is the most senior bishop of a member church. As well as being primus inter pares, the Archbishop of Canterbury is Primate of All England, the senior bishop in the Church of England.

What is the role of the Primus?

The Primus chairs the College of Bishops and represents the College and the wider church at home and throughout the world-wide Anglican Communion. The Primus is elected by the Episcopal Synod which comprises all of the Diocesan Bishops. The bishop who is elected Primus also remains a Diocesan Bishop.

What is the difference between a primate and a bishop?

In certain provinces the primate is also called Archbishop and/or Metropolitan, while in others for historical reasons, the term Presiding Bishop, or - as in Scotland - Primus, is preferred. In some provinces the term is translated to their own language such as Obispo Primado, in the Anglican Church of South America.

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