The present volume contains a selection of papers presented at the
Fifth Conference on Collective Intentionality held at the
University of Helsinki August 31 to September 2, 2006 and two
additional contributions. The common aim of the papers is to
explore the structure of shared intentional attitudes, and to
explain how they underlie the social, cultural and institutional
world. The contributions to this volume explore the phenomenology
of sharedness, the concept of sharedness, and also various aspects
of the structure of collective intentionality in general, and of
the intricate relations between sharedness and normativity in
particular. Concepts of Sharedness shows how rich and lively the
philosophical research focused on the analysis of collective
intentionality has become, and will provide further inspiration for
future work in this rapidly evolving field.
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