Perspectives on social ontology and social cognition / Mattia Gallotti, John Michael, editors. - Dordrecht : Springer, 2014. - viii, 189 p. - Studies in the Philosophy of Sociality ; volume 4 . - Studies in the philosophy of sociality ; v. 4. .

Includes bibliographical references.

Objects in minds / Mattia Gallotti and John Michael -- Part I. Perspectives on social ontology -- Are there social objects? / John Searle -- Deflating socially constructed objects. What thoughts do to the world / Ruth Garrett Millikan -- How many kinds of glue hold the social world together? / Brian Epstein -- On the nature of social kinds / Francesco Guala -- Normativity of the background. A contextualist account of social facts / Enrico Terrone and Daniela Tagliafico -- Social ontology and the objection from reification / Edouard Machery -- Part II. Perspectives on social cognition -- Constraints on joint action / Cédric Paternotte -- How objects become social in the brain: five questions for a neuroscience of social reality / Cristina Becchio and Cesare Bertone -- Materializing mind: The role of objects in cognition and culture / Kristian Tylén and John McGraw -- Perceiving affordances and social cognition / Anika Fiebich -- Social cognition as causal inference: implications for common knowledge and autism / Jakob Hohwy and Colin Palmer.

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Social cognitive theory.
Social perception.

HM1041 / .P47 2014

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