Superiority may refer to:
- Air superiority, the dominance of one military's airborne forces over another in any given conflict
- Superiority complex, psychological condition
- "Superiority" (short story), a book by Arthur C. Clarke
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Other articles related to "superiority":
... He declared that an Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab nor a non-Arab has any superiority over an Arab also a white has no superiority over black nor a black has any superiority over white except by ...
... Moral superiority is the belief or attitude that one's position and actions are justified by having higher moral values than one's opponent ... Self-righteousness, when proclamations of moral superiority become a negative personal trait Superiority complex, when the moral superiority is a psychological reaction to insecurity and self-doubt ...
... "Superiority" is a science fiction short story by Arthur C ... advanced can be defeated, despite its apparent superiority, because of its own organizational flaws and its willingness to discard old technology without having fully perfected the new ...
... The superiority and inferiority ranking method (or SIR method) is a multi-criteria decision making model which can handle real data and provides six ... The superiority and inferiority scores are produced through the generalized criteria ...
... The Rokushō-ji were also called the six "Superiority Temples" and each were uniquely dedicated to an aspect of esoteric Buddhist ontology, as in the "Superiority ... the "Superiority of Worship" -- Sonshō-ji (尊勝寺, Sonshō-ji?), founded by Emperor Horikawa (Shirakawa's son) in 1102 ... the "Superiority of Perfection" -- Enshō-ji (円勝寺, Enshō-ji?), founded by Imperial consort Taiken-mon'in (Shirakawa's adopted daughter and the mother of Emperor ...
Famous quotes containing the word superiority:
“There is something in us, somehow, that, in the most degraded condition, we snatch at a chance to deceive ourselves into a fancied superiority to others, whom we suppose lower in the scale than ourselves.”
—Herman Melville (18191891)
“It is indeed typical that you Earth people refuse to believe in the superiority of any world but your own. Children looking into a magnifying glass, imagining the image you see is the image of your true size.”
—Franklin Coen. Joseph Newman. The Monitor (Douglas Spencer)
“Had Adam tenderly reproved his wife, and endeavored to lead her to repentance instead of sharing in her guilt, I should be much more ready to accord to man that superiority which he claims; but as the facts stand disclosed by the sacred historian, it appears to me that to say the least, there was as much weakness exhibited by Adam as by Eve. They both fell from innocence, and consequently from happiness, but not from equality.”
—Sarah M. Grimke (17921873)