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Oxford University Press, New York
449, xiii Pages
How we make the social world
This book comprises eighteen wide-ranging essays that share a common theme: the centrality of joint commitment to human life, both private and public. After an opening chapter that introduces joint commitment and the themes of the book, it is divided into four sections: shared agency; collective attitudes; mutual recognition, promises, and love; and political life. An important aspect of joint commitment is its provision of directed obligations and rights to the parties.
Gilbert, M. (2014). Joint commitment: How we make the social world, Oxford University Press, New York.
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