Raimo Tuomela, "The Philosophy of Sociality: The Shared Point of View"
Oxford University Press, USA | 2007 | ISBN: 0195313399 | 328 pages | PDF | 1,6 MB
Concepts based on full-blown collective intentionality (aboutness), viz., we-mode intentionality, are central for understanding and explaining the social world. The book systematically studies social groups, acting in them as a group member, collective commitment, group intentions, beliefs, and actions, especially authority-based group attitudes and actions. There are also chapters on cooperation, social institutions, cultural evolution, and group responsibility.
"A highly original and significant contribution to an important philosophical problem. Highly recommended."--M.A. Michael, CHOICE
"Raimo Tuomela's most recent book significantly advances his ongoing research program into the full range of the social aspects of human life. Like his previous work, The Philosophy of Sociality is written with extraordinary analytic rigor.... Tuomela's account of sociality deserves the attention of, and a careful read by, anyone interested in the growing literature on social groups, collective intentionality, and the philosophy of social science."--Kenneth Shockley, Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews
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