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ergdj5 wrote

What about temporary leadership/authority, let's say a film director

Just a minor point there- some of the best scenes in movies are done by the actors outside of any script. This is another case of 'listen to the authority on the subject, but they are not an authority over you', e.g. listen to the architect but he isn't one to order you.

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Freux wrote (edited )

True but isn't still the director that keep the scene in? What I'm trying to say isn't that people aren't free to improvise and change stuff but that the director has the last say on what's in and out which keep a form of structure. So my question is more about is this structure a hierarchy or not since it is free association (in this example).

Now that I'm thinking about it, wouldn't raddle be hierarchical, which again is free association so maybe the term hierarchy is wrong. And if it's not a hierarcy because we voluntary associate, then what is it called?