Sunday, 3 April 2011

Structuur -structure

This is a translation of the justification for the Dutch keyword "structuur" = English "structure", the fundamental, if intangible, notion referring to the recognition, observation, nature, and stability of patterns and relationships of entities. The structure can bring forth the System (from Latin systēma, in turn from Greek σύστημα systēma, "whole compounded of several parts or members, system", literary "composition") is a set of interacting or interdependent system components forming an integrated whole.

In the original article I go into the ethymological sense of the word and give several synonyms or other words of which there is no translation found for an English equivalent. Those words are placed between {}brackets . (Perhaps I should purchase me some etymological dictionaries)

Under the 'tag' or wordindicator or the key word "structuur" ="structure", you will be able to find articles over the structure of something, here in particular of a belief municipality.  It will go over the manner or the act of putting together something which is constructed completely in itself decided unity put together or been built up by together composed elements or by the arrangement of parts. 
It mainly shall handle the manner of organisation and the organic form.

One will find there discussions over the structure, superstructure, the section, all earthly things or worldly of an organization.  It also will go over the order, construction or architecture of the association, group or community, in particular it will be going over the rules or order round a realisation or to come to an organization  so to rule moderation or ordering can be become arranged .

The structure will there for see to that something is regulated and in order so that it can stand on its own legs and be as ( or remain).

The structure is what can give a hold  for the members.  Also it can give example to build or construct something on or to form a security on.  As the first Christians could count on the example of the Roman structure of assemblies and make a same system to gather and to organise meetings for their working of the belief community and so the ecclesia became the used assembly form for their gatherings.

To be able to come to that fixed form one must be able to organize, bring in order,{ in esse brengen (houden)}=(?) 'bring (hold) in ash' , {ordonneren} ordain or put in decrees, put order on affairs, bring in the clean, bring something on the manner or put (set) on its legs.
To come to the structure people will have to organize, classify, {opschikken} move up/over, defer, suspend, {schavelen} ('set to windward'), {opschikken} move up/over//arrange//(decking themselve out), gather, {bijschikken, samenschikken, goedleggen} put right/straighten out, putting in good order, but also to clear, or to bring something out of the way {wegruimen} clear away/up, so that one can put something in the right place and not make a botch of it.

Through reasoning and by coming to arrangements one can come to manage, regulate, regulate rules, classify regularisation, {rangeren} shunt/switch, systematize, come to normalisation, come to {verschikken} rearrangement, move or shift to an arrangement/organization/disposition, organization, agreement, regulation, {regelering}, regulation, regularisation, classification and {terechtbrenging} to make something of it. 




Find more in dictionaries:

> social organisation, social organization, social structure, social system,

structure (n.)


> http://dictionary.sensagent.com/structure/en-en/