Comunicarea: act de libertate şi mijloc de manipulare

Adrian RADU


The concept of liberty through its socio-political significance is widely recognized as identical with democracy. This approach proved to be very relative because the possibilities of expression and information of democracy have often contributed to the cancellation of freedom through demagoguery and manipulation. In this vein, it is obvious that freedom has other grounds, deeper and unalterable, and these depend on thought and knowledge. The philosophical reflection has made a disjunction between freedom as an ideal concept and the political freedom with its obscure implications which not depart from the truth, but are founded on the personal interests and benefits.


liberty; truth; communication; manipulation; thought; knowledge.

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