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Situating Joint Action

Lo Presti, Patrizio LU (2012) European Society of Philosophy and Psychology 20th Meeting
Abstract
Whether action is joint and conforms to agents´ commitments, and what

capacities agents must exercise in order to engage in joint action, is a matter of the social

structure of the situation of interaction, not of the agents´ believed sharing of mental states.
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Joint action, Shared expectations, Status functions, Deontology
pages
8 pages
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European Society of Philosophy and Psychology 20th Meeting
project
Understanding rules: Cognitive and noncognitive models of social cognition
language
English
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yes
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76d6227d-1037-4c53-8348-8c58a9732995 (old id 3048028)
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  keyword      = {Joint action,Shared expectations,Status functions,Deontology},
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