Shared beliefs, collective emotions and joint intentions are widely recognized to be at the core of the social world. Beliefs, emotions and intentions, however, largely depend on experience. It is hard to see how the former could be joint, shared, or collective, without any possibility of togetherness at the experiential level. Sharing experiences is thus a key for human sociality.
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Schmid, H.B. , Wu, X. (2018)., We-experience—with Walther, in S. Luft & R. Hagengruber (eds.), Women phenomenologists on social ontology, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 105-117.
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