Perspectives on Social Ontology and Social Cognition
This book aimed at contributions about discussing issues that rose from the theoretical and empirical research on social ontology and cognition. These contributions have been drawn on the diversity of background in philosophy, cognitive science, sociology of anthropology and science and behavioral economics.
Content has been framed to answer the questions like if the money can be fixed by the collective acceptance then can it be distinct from those which contribute in the understanding of reference of concepts and other kinds of entities. What are psychological and neutral mechanisms and how these can be involved in the constitution, persistence and recognition for the social facts?