• Prof.univ.dr. Mihai Covaci CBM International University, Universitatea Hyperion
  • Prof.univ.dr. Brîndușa Sterpu CBM International University, Centrul de Economie Montană



framing, principalship, organization


Interconnection of organization and framing in the dynamics of human freedoms.
This article delves into the fundamental principles underlying the concepts of  organization and structure. Defining organization proves challenging as the  available terminology falls short in capturing its complexity. Terms like ‚organization’ may be interchangeable with entity, connection, mechanism,  social complex, mode of administration, and more. However, relying solely on synonyms is inadequate in these instances, often leading to a web of circular definitions. Many ideas tend to gravitate towards synonymous or circular  explanations. Therefore, gaining a deeper understanding of the pivotal  concepts in contemporary society—organization and structure—becomes  imperative for conceptual clarity. In exploring these concepts, we navigate  through a landscape that transcends mere linguistic synonyms, striving for a  comprehensive comprehension of their multifaceted nature.


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How to Cite

INTERCONEXIUNEA ORGANIZAȚIEI ȘI ORGANIZĂRII ÎN DINAMICA LIBERTĂȚILOR UMANE. (2024). Journal for Freedom of Conscience (Jurnalul Libertății De Conștiință), 11(3), 833-843.