Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of
articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. The
sociological aspects of secrecy were first studied by Dr. Georg
Simmel. Simmel describes secrecy as the ability or habit of keeping
secrets. He defines the secret as the ultimate sociological form
for the regulation of the flow and distribution of information.
Simmel put it best by saying if human interaction is "conditioned
by the capacity to speak, it is shaped by the capacity to be
silent." It also can control the very essence of social relations
though manipulations of the ratio of "knowledge" to "ignorance."
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