Organization is the explanandum that philosophical and scientific theories take into account for objects, individuals and their assembly, whose structure is characterized by the interdependence of parts to such an extent that it cannot be explained through decomposition. Organization is a critical attribute of nearly, minimally and not decomposable systems. The more interdependent are the parts, the more integrated is the system. Correspondingly, the organization can be intended as the mark of the trade-off between the interaction among parts or sub-systems and within them. Organization may come about in many forms. the concept of organization has been brought in many domains to advocate the structural specificity of the phenomena of interest and to demand the autonomy of the correlated theory.
Cali' Carmelo (2020). Organization. In F. Vercellone, & S. Tedesco (a cura di), Glossary of Morphology (pp. 375-377). Springer Nature.
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|Data di pubblicazione:||2020|
|Citazione:||Cali' Carmelo (2020). Organization. In F. Vercellone, & S. Tedesco (a cura di), Glossary of Morphology (pp. 375-377). Springer Nature.|
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