The conference addresses questions about the formation, persistence,change and collapse of social-institutional reality; the nature ofcollective intentionality; the ontogenesis of the capacity forinteraction; team reasoning and distributed cognition; collectivedecision-making; collective responsibility; political power and socialchange; the role of language in the construction of social andinstitutional reality; institutional and social normativity; groupmembership and group identity; the logical and normative structure ofcooperation; the psychological and conceptual mechanisms underlying the emergence of socialinteraction and collective agency; the nature of duties and rights built into the logical structure of institutions. It, therefore,contributes to dialogue between analytic approaches, philosophicaltraditions such as phenomenology and critical theory, and empiricalresearch in the social and cognitive sciences.The research products of the European Network on Social Ontology arepublished, beyond other books and journals, in the Journal of SocialOntology (JSO) published by De Gruyter. Previous ENSO Conferences tookplace in Köln (2009), Rome (2011), Helsinki (2013).
|Numero di pagine||80|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2015|